When the wind blows on the Falkland Islands, it really does blow. The islands lie south of an area of latitude known as the Roaring Forties. The westerly winds are often gale force and there are no large landmasses to slow down the wind speed.
Another one from my trip to photograph foxes last week. This one was definitely on a mission. At this time of the year their coats and tail are much thinner - they do not grow their thick winter coats until September.
After so many weeks confined to home it was lovely to finally get out yesterday and spend some time with these beautiful foxes. We'd had 24 hours of heavy rain and thunderstorms so things weren't looking promising but for those few hours we were blessed with good weather.