Warden is a small village on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent. The area, particularly around Warden Point, is well known amongst those who collect and study fossils, and there were a couple of groups out looking on the day we visited. For me, though, it was the landscape itself that was more interesting. There has clearly been a considerable amount of erosion and this has created fascinating, if somewhat precarious looking, shapes from the cliffs towering above the beach. Under foot, the soft London Clay is deep and sticky, and my sister wisely decided to find refuge on a large rock, rather than risk losing a boot, whilst I wandered a little further to take a few more photos.
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