Panier of Plenty

Sea Garden

Au bord de la mer, la Côte Vermeille, Pyrénées-Orientales

The coastal paths and cliffs are alive with ‘natural Mediterranean rock gardens’ as spring brings a blaze of colour…

Griffes de sorcières

Griffes de sorcières

Looking towards Collioure

Looking towards Collioure

Plage d'Oliva

Plage d’Oliva

Afternoon light

Afternoon light

Early morning

Early morning

Entwined

Entwined

Garden beds

Garden beds

Sentier littoral, Paulilles

Sentier littoral, Paulilles

Cliff walk

Cliff walk

Clusters of wildflowers

Clusters of wildflowers

Heading towards Banyuls-sur-Mer

Heading towards Banyuls-sur-mer

Natural rockeries

Natural rockeries

Tiny variety

Tiny variety

Lemon

Pale lemon

Mixed with pale pink

Mixed with pale pink

Cliff top

Cliff top display

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One thought on “Sea Garden

  1. How beautiful! 🙂

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