Whitstable Seashore Shells & Shingle 4

Yellow flowers growing on a shingle beach by a wooden breakwater

Whitstable Seashore Shells & Shingle 4 – Wooden groynes or breakwaters on the shingle beach at Whitstable in Kent, England, act as coastal defence structures to prevent flooding. Wild flowers such as ragwort colonise the more stable parts of the upper shore.

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