Day 10: Sandwich to Deal – Golf & Flora

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England, Kent
Sandwich I. one of the Cinque Ports containing original medieval buildings and benefiting aesthetically from a lack of inroad parking.

Sandwich I. one of the Cinque Ports containing original medieval buildings and benefiting aesthetically from a lack of onroad parking.

Sandwich II.

Sandwich II.

Sandwich III.

Sandwich III.

Sandwich IV. The Fisher Gate, 1384.

Sandwich IV. The Fisher Gate, 1384.

Sandwich V.

Sandwich V.

Sandwich VI.

Sandwich VI.

Royal St. George's Golf Club, Sandwich Bay.

Royal St. George’s Golf Club, Sandwich Bay.

Bindweed, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Bindweed, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Sea-holly, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Sea-holly, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Wild Rose, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Wild Rose, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Broomrape, a parasitic plant that lacks chlorophyl, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Broomrape, a parasitic plant that lacks chlorophyl, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Pyramidal orchid, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Pyramidal orchid, Sandwich & Pegwell bay Nature Reserve.

Common Seals at the mouth of the River Stour I.

Common Seals at the mouth of the River Stour I.

Common Seals at the mouth of the River Stour II.

Common Seals at the mouth of the River Stour II.

Common Seals at the mouth of the River Stour III.

Common Seals at the mouth of the River Stour III.

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club.

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club.

Common whelk shell on shingle, Sandwich Bay.

Common whelk shell on shingle, Sandwich Bay.

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5 thoughts on “Day 10: Sandwich to Deal – Golf & Flora”

    • this was an interesting walk but perhaps one of the weakest days photographically. I’d never seen seals like this before in the UK so it was a thrilling moment and I wanted to include them in the story to show the diversity of the coast

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