We’re just back from a four day trip to Lundy Island. This is the first post of photos covering the coastline which of course is the dominant scenic element of any island! We were there for the hottest four days in 2021 so far, making it appear like a far more exotic location and far from my memories of a blowy and choppy landing during a school trip several decades ago.
Lundy is the largest island in the Bristol Channel, approximately 3 miles long and a bit under a mile wide. Lundy lies about 12 miles off the coast of North Devon. The island has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest and it was England’s first Marine Conservation Zone. I will be posting a little more on the wildlife (mainly puffins and seals) in another post.