We went to Tyneham today, it was a beautiful sunny day which was unexpected as the weather forcast was not promising. The walk on the hill to Flower's Barrow, an Iron Age hillfort, was ablaze with the Gorse with it's scent filling the air and where we found the Green Hairstreak butterflies. We saw loads of the Wall butterfly, and found a male & female Adonis Blue.
Thrift on the edge of the cliff, looking towards Lulworth.
Difficult to capture the yellow of the Gorse against the blue of the sea and the sky. It was glorious, along the hill from Tyneham village to the Flower's Barrow. Surprisingly there was a few Bluebells on this hill. You tend to think Bluebells as a woodland flower but I see them everywhere, the English Bluebell, including along the cliff top.