We are challenged to look down for a moment for the weekly photo challenge. Here I am at the Witterings in West Sussex at the start of the year. I remember clearly looking down as had discovered my boots leaked on a paddle in the sea! Advertisements
My grandfather lived in a hotel in Bournemouth in the 1970s. It seemed amazing when I was 6 years old and meant many weekends and holidays spent on its golden sands doing beachy things…donkeys, trampolines, ice cream and sandcastle building. So we left home early yesterday and 1 3/4 hours later we were putting the… Continue reading Postcard from Bournemouth
We mooched over to West Wittering for sandcastle building and dune climbing this morning. No one got wet, no one fell over and no one argued! Yeah result!
There was nothing Mediterranean about this North Sea beach that day. With a chill wind we still managed ice creams and lolly and more lolly as one ended up upside down in the sand. The boys built a sand castle , decorated it with shells and sea weed, then no sooner it was built did… Continue reading Postcard from Alnmouth
Desperate for some sea air, we popped down to Southsea while the weather was calm. Most of the esplanade is closed I guess from the amount of debris dumped by the waves.
To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy. Henri Cartier-Bresson Wouldn’t it be a treat to truly feel you have mastered an image like the great man himself? For me this photo ,… Continue reading Weekly photo challenge : fleeting
We popped over to Britain’s smallest city today for a mooch around its 12th centuary cathedral, priory and quaint town followed by holiday ice creams on Newgale beach.