Me in the distance with Worm's Head behind me. I fear this post is going to have a lot more photos than words, because I am half way through Dan Brown's "Inferno" (set in Florence!) and I can't put it down, and am in Florence inside my head, so photos it will have to be . . .
Turning the corner - the route ahead. We went along the cliff top, although there is a lower route along the grassy strip you can see between the two rocky areas.
Scarlet Pimpernel looking orange in the bright sunlight.
There were two of these little man-made rock pillars overlooking the sea.
The closest ID I can get to this is a Sea Stork's-bill, and this is the first I have ever seen (well, given a positive ID to).
Easier to identify - Meadow Cranesbill I think, although the leaves are a little different to Marjory Blamey's illustration . . . Could be Hedgerow Cranesbill, though it was growing on the seaside equivalent of an alpine meadow!
Looking over our shoulders.
The rocky approach to Mewslade Bay.
We stayed here ages and didn't want to leave.
Spectacular scenery all around us. It was lovely.
One of the footpath links which took us back to the car park.
I shall be back, as I've told my husband we are going to do the walk together, and take a picnic.