|Obvious movement which could lead to a major problem(in my opinion)|
|Paper thin in places!|
|The marker post opposite on the Church Norton side is about to collapse|
|A closer view...I dont think it will be there much longer.|
|The old wooden breakwater is becoming more exposed on a daily basis|
|This concrete marker post which was surrounded by the sea at high tides is now well clear of the tides (as it was originally!)|
|This is groyne 4 which was the subject of major concern and where the majority of the rock revetment work took place.|
|Looking up at Four Winds|
|From the far end of the new lagoon looking westwards|
|The yacht club appears still vulnerable but protected by shingle.|
|Looking towards the Church Norton spit showing how the tide is scouring the spit very close to where the proposed 'cut' is to be and in the foreground one of the last remaining new shoots of Sea Kale about to go over the edge.|
Below...the walkway now hanging over the edge, which at high tide could prove hazardous.
|Another view of the scouring on the opposite bank with the presumed WW2 defences in the foreground which have recently been exposed.|
|Much of the Valerian is fast disappearing over the edge!|
|A panoramic shot of the entrance|
|A closer shot showing the huge build up of shingle and the narrow waterway into the harbour.|
|Also a big build up of sand/sediment by the 'wall'.|
|What a great idea |
For the past few days a kind soul has been working hard to improve the appearance of the 'island' leading to Harbour Road and Lagoon Road.
|Work in progress.|
What a great idea! Thank you.
|Forty five minutes later, at 7.15 a site meeting appeared to be taking place at the 'old' harbour entrance....interesting!|
|Panoramic shot....Bognor on the left...Selsey on the right of photo.|
|Another panoramic showing West Front Road bungalows on left , the newly formed lagoon and the the main outfall channel from the harbour.( Need to view large on large screen to see properly)|
|During the past few weeks erosion has continued unabated and exposed a huge amount of metal work...presumably WW2 relics.|
|Blackberry bush near the Lagoon.....stripped of foliage.|
Typical of hundreds of similar bushes on the Spit.