The light was quite beautiful and quite unearthly by the time we made our way through the churchyard and along the footpath to the beach ...
... and there was no problem with social distancing either. It was lovely.
Ted quite forgot his advancing years and chased the ball as eagerly as ever.
Unusually the sand around it was firm rather than mud, so it was possible to walk right out to the stern.
We walked along to the groynes ...
... and then it was time to turn back.
Ted marking the spot
St Mary's Church and Brent Knoll
Hemlock water dropwort
It was a bit windy for flower photography but I persisted.
Clockwise top left: cranesbill; yarrow and sea radish; great willowherb; sea rocket; tall melliot; red clover; white campion; slightly pink white campion