Very sunny, gale-force wind,choppy sea, ebbing tide. My first stop is Portivy where I walk on the beach and see small waders among the seaweed. I don't want to get too close so as not to disturb them. I capture a stonechat and a flock of sanderlings taking off in the distance.Later on, driving to St-Pierre, I stop on the roadside and from the car I take a few pictures of stonechats on the gorse-bushes in flower . Most of the pictures are of the female, the last one is of a male.I also take a picture of a meadow pipit perched at the top of a twig.When I get to Conguel, I find another meadow pipit and lots of purply-blue fungi under the trees in a small coniferous wood.I think they are wood blewits but I am not sure. When I go back there two weeks later there is no trace of them.