Kerrie Ann Gardner | Spring
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Spring sunshine, from the Spittles in Lyme Regis.


Between Charmouth and Lyme Regis is an area of coastal cliff known as The Spittles. In late April the woodland there is awash with bluebells and birdsong. One section of path heads out into the open fields above Lyme Regis. If you follow this path east a little way, Golden Cap and the Jurassic Coast stretch out before you.

I’d already been taking photographs of the bluebells, but the gorgeous morning light caught my eye enough to make me investigate further down the hill. That’s where I stumbled across this scene. The fresh new leaves looked golden in the sunlight and the view was sublime.






April 27, 2015