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He did not know I was there until I spoke as I pressed the shutter.
The birds are probably two of the fulmars which nest on the neighbouring cliffs.
The purple flowers are those of knapweed (centaurea nigra). Tolerant of a wide range of soils, it is common throughout the British Isles and is very attractive to butterflies and bees. Goldfinch and other small birds are fond of its seeds.
This shot was taken 37 years ago near the mouth of the Dunglass burn, the border between the counties of East Lothian and Berwickshire. The path is now part of the John Muir Way and the North Sea Trail.

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