I went down to East chevington dunes last night. It was nice and sunny but very windy. I blame the wind on the quality of the above shots as they were swaying all over the place and no matter how many shots I took I couldn't get the clarity I would have liked. I'm also a crap photographer and I'm sure anyone else would have no problem. The dunes are carpeted with flowers now with Bloody cranesbill and Lady's bedstraw giving the dunes some vivid colour. I came across 3 Bee orchids, one of them was not in flower. I have included a picture of Lesser meadow rue; note the glaucous colour of the leaves which is common in this species where it grows in duneland. The bottom pic is Dewberry which is easily overlooked as it grows prostately among the grasses.