Sunday Picture Post: Dunes, Cliffs (and Sea)

23rd September we jump on a bus to Lowestoft. Excellently timed for as we arrive at the bus station the bus we need is there. We’re heading to Kessingland to walk back to Lowestoft by beach. This is new country to me, I’ve never even seen this beach. I don’t know what to expect.

Kessingland is such a civilised resort: the council provides safe footage down to the shore

23 sept 2021

where we are blinded by the light

Kessingland where the dunes seem endless: 23 sept 2021

grasses on Kessingland dunes: 23 sept 2021

Sea Buckthorn on the dunes: 23 sept 2021

Ah! So there’s the sea!

23 sept 2021

Sea-sorted stones: 23 sept 2021

The beach is stony. Perhaps we’ll keep to the dunes…

Kessingland dunes: 23 sept 2021

Purple Glasswort and Reeds: 23 sept 2021

Glasswort grows dense around Crazy Mary’s Hole: 23 sept 2021

This seems to be drain-fed from the cliffs. Several feeder streams cross the dunes, their track marked by glasswort, sedge and reeds

Crazy Mary’s Hole: 23 sept 2021

The cliffs of compacted sand: 23 sept 2021

Erosion is constant

23 sept 2021

23 sept 2021

This brings us to Pakefield. The cliffs continue as far as Lowestoft but the nature of the beach changes. Next week…

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16 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Dunes, Cliffs (and Sea)

  1. Sadje says:

    I enjoyed the photo tour with you. Thanks

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Nope, Not Pam says:

    The scenery reminds me of our south coast in South Australia πŸ˜€

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Dale says:

    Such varied scenery you traipse through!

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