A sunny day means out and about and this time it was to Sunderland Point with a friend.
A walk along the river led to the stoney beach. I picked some flowers and grasses along the way.
We had to spot and make smiley stones in this stretch of the walk.
Around the peninsula and the scenery changes yet again. There's plenty of driftwood on the grassy and sandy shore.
More pebbles and stones abound.
Here are the grassy parts with small pools every so often.
A visit to Sambo's grave site is a must.
My small bunch of dead gorse, fallen daffodil and creeping flowers were a gift for Sambo, among the many others left by visitors.
There was jewellery, pebbles, twigs, toys and more flowers for the boy.
Near to the site is a geo-cache with left trinkets inside. We left a gift here also.
A walk back to the beginning of our jaunt along a narrow lane guarded by gorse in all its glory led to further investigation and study of the flora and fauna.
We stopped to admire this wall and ...
also this sculpture on the shore front.
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