It’s hard to fathom the scale of this place from these photographs but there are tiny avian specks in there – seagulls, actually – if you look very closely. The first image is layered and the second image is what the camera saw. This is the churning water at the bottom of a 165 foot drop.
These little insects caught my eye while they were out playing in the shafts of afternoon light. There can’t be too many more days that will be warm enough for them to venture out but today was beautiful.
It’s not easy to focus on their flitting movements – which appear much like trampolining without touching the ground – but I like the tiny sunlit shapes, and their delicate presence signals a small reprieve from the cold.