Sunday and still southeasterly. My old mate Philip has arrived from elsewhere and so we headed to Flamborough to see what the wind had blown in. Quite quiet with lots of miles of hedges checked for little reward. 3-4 Yellow-browed Warblers were in Old Fall Plantation, along with a Redstart. A Peregrine, a regular sight on the head these days showed well by the lighthouse and the first highlight of the day was a large breakfast enjoyed in the sunshine at the cafe. Shortly after, a squeak in a bush nearby gave away the second highlight, a gorgeous Firecrest which eventually came out on the edge like a tiny ball of beauty. Nothing doing in South Landing so we headed home early doors.