The lovely summery weather at the end of May tempted us to the coast several times. We included Manorbier in the itinerary. Mostly photos rather than words. Enjoy.
Umbellifer - Water Dropwort ? I didn't pick a leaf for better identity.
The huge Neolithic burial chamber which overlooks the bay. I intended to take a few more photos on our way back but it was being climbed on by children then.
There was a good bit of breeze so photographing these Scabious was difficult. Small Scabious, I think, flowering early.
What REALLY ANNOYED ME was the fact that the Council (I presume) had decided that the coastal path needed to be strimmed. WTF? This is wild countryside. Anyone walking it should realize that and not expect it to be trimmed like a municipal park. What a waste of money.
I think this is Sea Mayweed (I'm not good on seaside plants).
This one's easier - Sea Campion.
I've gone brain dead on this one. Later: It suddenly came to me - Stonecrop.
Lovely views whichever way we looked.
Pass on this one too. A bit like a Spring Squill.
Tussocks of Thyme.
Sea pinks (Thrift).
Looking back towards the beach and Manorbier Castle and village.