Living in a tiny place which is surrounded on sides by sea makes this week’s photo challenge a cinch. That said though, my first photos feature a rather choppy North Sea taken at one of our favourite places; Southwold in Suffolk.
Although most of my childhood holidays were spent on the west coast of the British Isles, the temperature and colour of the sea in Southwold are the same as what I was used to as a child. Rarely was it a pleasureable experience to go paddling in the sea, but you still do it when you’re a child!
Now for some waves a little closer to our current home…
Just look at that turquoise water!
Quick! Out of the way!!
Aah that’s better!
I’m linking with Nana Cathy and Wild Daffodil for this weekly photo challenge throughout 2017.
Last Sunday was such a beautiful day we just had to get out and soak up a few rays. We aren’t huge beach-goers during the summertime but we do like a nice walk along the sand off season. One of the benefits of beach visits in winter is that it’s usually very quiet!
Unlike my other ‘strolls’ this one doesn’t have much text, I shall let the photos speak for themselves…
We spotted the large waves were crashing onto the rocks at the far end of the beach so we went to have a closer look…
We got a bit close…
Quick! Get out of the way!
I think we gave the folk watching from the road a laugh as we jumped out of the way. I almost went backwards over a rock but I managed to right myself and I think I carried it off with panache 😉
We do know how lucky we are to have this on our doorstep… very lucky indeed.