An attractive spurge caught my attention, but as I approached it I realised that it was nothing of the sort. It was Roseroot, Sedum rosea. It is a distinctive plant and was once placed in a separate genus as Rhodiola rosea (and is still listed as such by many nurseries). It is a native of Britain and is found on rocks and on sea cliffs - and I must have a specimen!
Roseroot looked, from a distance, like a prostrate Euphorbia.
Preston Capes. 4 June, 2017
Moutain avens, Dryas octopetala, (although this flower appears to only
have seven petals. Preston Capes, Northants. 4 June, 2017