A Rockpool or three at Rhoscolyn

With my focus of late fairly and squarely on the fells, it was good to be back on the water, putting the GT through its paces in the swift tide off Rhoscolyn Head and the Beacon.
Pushing into the tide and wind, before turning to head out to the race beyond the beacon.
Chris too was putting a Rockpool GT through its paces...
...while Brian took the Tarantella for ride - two very different boats, each at home in their own way among the races and lively conditions of the day.
Approaching Rhoscolyn Head...
...Chris heading back into more sheltered waters from the race beyond... Brian watches the waves, before tuning in to take a break as the forecast sun finally broke through. I took no further pictures, focusing instead on the paddling, enjoying the lively but friendly conditions, rock hopping and surfing along this rugged stretch of Anglesey's varied coastline.

Mosedale Horseshoe

Pendle Hill sunset

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Kites, Kings and Toads

Height matters

Playing second fiddle

Two Pikes, a Head and a Hill

Wishing on a star

The bogs of Blencathra

TheYorkshire Three Peaks

Witches, quakers and fell-runners

Four becks from Braithwaite