All lost things seem to drift down to the sea... And so did I...
Good Morning ;-)The birds certainly have the wind beneath their wings...LOVE PEACE enJOYJuliex
I would love to have seen some thunderstorm shots of the ocean!- Sarah
Sarah - I'm afraid I was hiding under the bed!Julie - I love watching seagulls play in the surf. They really are thrill seekers.
Haven't visited in a few days! I love the way birds move above chopping waves. Those waters look so menacing now compared to the peacful blueness we usualy see.Also, my daughter saw your pictures and now she wants to live by the sea so that she can visit Ariel. (She's really into The Little Mermaid at the moment).
Hey! I'm a reader from your old blogs (What we eat and We heart ladybird) and I'm so happy that you are blogging again.Hope you eventually return to do some more home and cookery blogs because they were sometimes lifesavers if I needed ideas on what to make for dinner.Lizzie
Regina - the waters were really threatening that day and the night before was frightening with thunder and lightening. I wish I had been brave enough to take pictures but I was a coward under the bedclothes! We have lots of 'mermaids purses' on our beach, I'll take a photo of one next time there is some.Lizzie - Thank you so much for the lovely comment, my happy life took a terrible tumble last year and so my other blogs went into early retirement, this little blog is my way of shuffling back in... So delighted you stopped by! :)
I ADORE this picture. I think I love the sea best when it's like this. Turbulent and restless. x
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