Some chicks were still in the nest on the one bit of the cliff that remains sunny in the early afternoon.
Here are a couple of flight shots from last year. It's interesting to note that several Guillemots (Uria aalge) have holes in the webs of their feet - some with signs of fresh blood. I wonder if pecking your neighbour's feet is a means of keeping a respectable distance apart on the ledge.
When I first visited Bempton as a teenager, there were 6 pairs of Gannets. Now look at 'em..............!