Just returned from a fortnight in Canada, staying on the beautiful shores of St Margaret's Bay.Naerby was the bustling(!) fishing village of West Dover, which bears no resemblance whatsoever to its larger namesake.
The granite boulders that define the shoreline and islands make a lovely scene, and every corner reveals a stunning view of a lake, creek or bay.
The one piece of commercialism in the place was (like most things at this time of the year) closed.
The sheltered waters held a good variety of birdlife, and each morning's walk promised something new.
A Horned Lark (aka Shore Lark) was seen and heard on the beach, as was a flock of about 30 Snow Buntings