Port Stanley: East side – 10:45 AM. A mild, sunny morning. You can see (lower left) where Bank Swallows, have taken advantage of the clay cliff face to establish a colony. The shoreline is a rich source of mosquitoes and what we call fish flys. It's a sure sign of spring when these lovely birds return to claim their homes.
Port Stanley: East side – 10:45 AM.
Port Stanley: East side at lake level - 3:10 PM. I wish you could hear the hissing, swishing sound if these ice islands brushing together in the gentle swells.