Pendeen was awesome, with hundreds, if not in the thousands of Auks flying through, and close. The sea was not so rough as yesterday but still frightening, the Auks normally fly just above sea level exploiting the up draught from the surface water as many sea sea birds do, but today they sometimes had to rise forty to fifty feet or more, avoiding the massive waves. At times when the huge waves rolled in and formed a tube, the tube collapsed creating a noise was like a peal of thunder. If anyone gets the urge to photograph the seabirds at Pendeen over the next few days, please take extreme care, and do not be tempted to stand on the outer rocks. I was well back from the sea and photographed the Auks with a 300mm lens.