A final trawl through my late-Spring fortnight at Dungeness, by the simple medium of captioned photographs. Keeping it simple...
|Four-spotted Chasers were common throughout my stay, although towards the end up to 400 were present|
|Sea Kale was at its best, strewn across the open shingle and beach looking like giant cauliflowers|
|Marsh Cinquefoil vanished from the DBO recording area in 1984, but has recently returned|
|The pale yellow and orange patches is Common Dodder - a parasitic plant that is having a very good year|
|Sea Clover at Camber. A plant that I rarely come across|