|Looking west along Stanley harbour. FIPASS in foreground. Narrows (harbour entrance) on right|
|Bleaker Sandy beach, home for hundreds of penguins.|
|No shortage of sunlight or wind....|
|Bull Sea Lion and Pale-faced Sheathbill|
|Female sea lion|
|Either Pilot whales or Peale's dolphins|
Whatever they were, they were a joy to watch, as they patrolled the small inlet.
Even without the mammal sightings, we would have been happy with the multitude of birds that we saw. Not that many in number, but a large cross-section of the native birds of the Falklands.
|Male Steamer Duck|
|Pale-faced Sheathbill - remarkable bird|
|Bleaker airport, with either Customs or Immigration on the roof|
|I think that's the Pharos leaving the harbour.|