Vetch, gorse and morning glory predominate. These are flowers that we root out of our gardens but we celebrate when walking on the path.
I love the tendrils and the deep pink of the wild pea (vetch).
The flowers of the wild rose are fading now, but the rose hips are developing and will give some cheery red through the winter.
Further along the path you can see piles of driftwood and little islands that appear at low tide.
Low tide is when the ocean harvesters appear. The woman is gathering seaweed for her garden, I think. The heron is finding breakfast. He caught a big fish and spent quite a bit of time flapping it around before he ate it.
Up at the top of the cliff is Dallas Road, which winds along the shore. This apartment's been here for decades with a lovely view of the ocean. The pink flower theme continues with blooming fox gloves. So peaceful.