Rough seas and breakwater
Taken earlier this year at - Barton Cliffs -
, just east of Highcliffe in Dorset.(I think the dotted line on the aerial view marks the county boundary between the counties of Hampshire and Dorset.)
The cliffs in the background are unstable and each winter sees them retreat quite a distance. After a storm a lot of local people will scour the sand and shingle for fossilised Shark's Teeth. The longest we've found is about two inches (5 cm) long.
The pictures of the seagull - here -
and - here -
were taken from just to the left of this picture, where there is an inlet behind the breakwater.
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Bridge at Exbury...