South Beach in Studland is littered with fallen trees and cliff falls. An indication of rapid shifting of matter from the cliff top to sea level. The pickings are rich for somebody like myself foraging amongst the debris for my palette. I've had 4 days (of sunshine) on site over the last week. Each visit has revealed new change. The last visit involved witnessing a massive cliff collapse.
Cadury basking on mature quartz sand beach with sea grass fragments and other debris. The Brent geese are still feeding off the Seagrasses (also known as eel grass) I've discovered that these are flowering plants that live in the sea. The underwater 'lawns' provide an important habitat for Studland's seahorses.
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