The litter bin has been captured and return to captivity, although the thin rope holding it down does not look strong enough.
More sea art; not really as this is the same piece of metal but it has changed colour. The first time I saw it the surface was very dry this time it was damp. The same object offering different colours, I find interesting.
This little plant is a Coltsfoot which is one of the first flowers to appear on the cliffs. As you can see there are no other plants near the coltsfoot because of slumping, [ a type of cliff fall where the top turf layer slides down the cliff.] At this end of the beach there has been a lot of slumping so we have a lot of bare earth.