On Wednesday, I sailed from Teignmouth towards Lyme Regis on a planned four-day visit along the Jurassic Coast. The object was to view the coast from the sea – to see red cliffs, white cliffs, yellow cliffs, grey cliffs, and the small communities in between – to try and photograph them regardless of the weather.
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The Ness, Hope’s Nose beyond
Beer Point, Branscombe and Sidmouth in distance
Beer, with Seaton to the right
The undercliff, approaching Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis. The famous Cobb in the foreground
Pontoons, Lyme Regis
Mackerel fishing for smaller fry
Evening, Lyme Regis
Inside The Cobb
A happy berth
No harbour is complete without its gigs
Charmouth in distance
To be continued . . .
Images by Bill Whateley