Sea Campion (Silene uniflora) a common British seashore flower
Sea Campion (Silene uniflora) on Chesil Beach shingle

Sea Campion (Silene uniflora) is a common British seashore flower. I photographed these yesterday where they were growing on the pea-sized pebbles of Chesil Beach between Abbotsbury and West Bexington in Dorset, England.

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3 Replies to “Sea Campion”

  1. The light was very bright after lots of rain. So bright that I couldn’t actually seen the composition details in the view finder. I was surprised that these shots turned out OK. I have a camera with a vari-angle LCD which makes it easier to get down low and get unusual angles.

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  2. I find the same problem with the LCD in brigh light, and the viewfinder is much better, but as you say, it is useful for those low angles. Well spotted shot.

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