Along the coast
I am afraid I do spend more time these days looking out at the sea rather than blogging about it, which is very remiss of me when the title of this blog is Down by the Sea! So I hope this post goes some way to make amends.
I have lived close to the sea for nearly 40 years, prior to this is the sea only featured in special childhood memories of holidays by the sea and visits to my Granny who lived in Fowey in Cornwall.
As the years have passed by (far too quickly!) my love of the sea has grown and has become an important and essential part of our lives. Here are some images I have taken over the last month as we have been out and about enjoying the amazing scenery that is on our doorstep.
View over Lyme Bay has the sun goes down
A fleet of cruise ships in Weymouth Bay
A rusty can hidden amongst the flowers of Chesil Beach
A flock of ravens enjoying the air current
Wild flowers covering the cliffs at Lyme Regis
Views towards the Isle of Portland
Sunset at Burton Bradstock
A walk along the beach at sundown
We have recently returned from a couple of nights in Devon. We stopped off at Dawlish Warren for a walk, even on an overcast day a walk by the sea can be appealing.
Wildflowers growing in the dunes at Dawlish Warren.
Colourful beach huts at Dawlish Warren.
It's been so warm these last few days, if that is the same for you hopefully this last image will cool you down!
Have you visited the sea recently?