Down on the edge of the salt marsh as I walked towards the sunlight of a more open landscape I came across a couple of interesting features. The first were these (there were a cluster of them) earthy looking large boulder-like objects sitting at the edge of the slightly higher ground I stood on. I guess they were once part of that higher ground and the sea has simply eroded away all that once surrounded them.
Still in the shade, the other thing I found a bit weird was the miniature bay in the last photo below. It is not what I am used to when it comes to bays and beaches, but this being the edge of the salt marsh, the content of the “beach” would naturally be that of the surrounding land rather than the multitude of broken shells and wave pounded pebbles you see on other shores.