Looking west towards Beer Head while the weather was fine at the start of my walk.
An active rock/mud fall with some very freshly fallen trees and shrubs. After the rain, on my return walk it had become much more active with lots of mud flowing and a few large rocks falling periodically too. To keep to the safest possible distance I decided to actually walk in the sea!
Looking 'into' culverhole where there isn't much evidence of landslips to see on the surface.
Looking back towards Beer Head and stormy conditions moving in!
Fortunately this year there are plenty of Marsh Helleborines quite near to the beach. Probably due partly to a lot of the ground nearer the sea having been washed away over the winter.
Marsh Helleborine - Epipactis palustris
Wonder who that abdomen belongs too?
A Female Thick-legged Flower Beetle - Oedemera nobilis
With a lovely pollen themed hat!
Bee Orchid - Ophrys apifera
Marsh Fragrent Orchid - Gymnadenia densiflora
Being on the Jurassic Coast there are a few of these to bee seen in the area too.
Ammonite encrusted rock.