This was taken on 16 February, one of the days when a gale wasn’t blowing. In fact, the sun shone, though it was still chilly. Appearances can be misleading when viewing the peaceful and intact entrance to Lyme Regis harbour, with Miss Pattie quietly floating at her mooring and group family portraits being made on the Cobb.
There were very few boats in the harbour, most having been removed for their own safety during the chain of gales which have recently battered this coast. Other viewpoints around the harbour and Cobb show that significant damage has been caused by those storms. I will post some more images from this visit, some of which will give an indication of the damage. Please keep an eye open for them.