A few highlights from a stroll along Scratch Arse Ware to Seacombe Cliff. With a stiff breeze blowing in from the south-west despite the sunshine a bit cool in the more exposed areas. However, with Meghan in fine form chasing a ball soon warmed me up.
Waves crashing against the Purbeck limestone of the Jurassic coast close to Seacombe.
With such a strong breeze blowing the wildlife appeared to be doing their best to keep out of it. However, great to see one of the naturalised Wall Lizards poking its head out of a dry stone wall. Apparently the walls are also a stronghold for Slow-worms.
Even the butterflies were struggling and keeping well down in the grass.