Time to breathe
Britain’s coastline provides a complex and diverse habitat where exposure to salty spray, wind, sun and rain all play their part, as does the type of rock.
Clifftops make important nesting places for seabirds and each species has its own requirements from precarious ledges for guillemots and kittiwakes, to grassy slopes that puffins can burrow in. The waters edge is also teeming with wildlife hosting large colonies of grey seals and other mammals.
Whilst the Suffolk coastline has its own unique charm, rich ecology and habitats; one of my favourite shoreline locations is the group of islands which form the Outer Hebrides. It is a magical place of endless white sandy beaches and lochs. Rich in wildlife that shifts with the seasons it is a place to discover, gain a sense of self and just find time to breathe again.
"The shoreline stirs the heart, inspires the imagination and brings eternal joy to the soul."