Sunday, 6 October 2013

Sunday sun

Today has been such a glorious day, it feels like the warm weather will never end and it's easy to forgot that those chilly days are on their way.
It was perfect weather for a stroll along the seafront at Broadstairs and it as packed as on any summers day.
The chalk cliffs of the East Kent coast are always spectacular in bright sunshine and their crumbling nature allows for transient graffiti artists to adorn the concrete esplanades without reprimand from their parents.
And mini explores can hang precariously from the rock face without safety harness or fear
 
I have huge admiration for the plants who appear to be oblivious to the eminent hostility of their location.
Nestled in crevices
Holding fast to walls
With tiny seed heads capable of surviving the harshest conditions.


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