Sun,sea and another garden visit.
So first let''s enjoy the sun and sea! This is Axmouth harbour just over the border in Devon. It looked so pretty with the wild flowers in the foreground. The harbour's size and importance was reduced in the fourteenth century when a landslip and movement in the shingle bank reduced its size.
|Lobster pots, piled up on the quay, yellow horned poppy and Tavi and I enjoying the view.|
On the bank overlooking the harbour is Seaton this coastline is part of the Jurassic Coast that stretches 95 miles (152 km) from Exmouth to Poole.The rock formations vary along the coastline. The white chalk cliffs are so different to West Bay's yellow sandstone. The colour of the sky didn't look too promising either!
Now for the garden..... this is Burrow farm gardens, which we haven't visited for a while. It's planting combinations...........
scenes taking in the surrounding landscape .........
and a fantastic collection of trees and also allowing in well-behaved dogs makes this one of our favourite local gardens.