Sea views captured in 2022
As another busy year draws to a close I have yet again failed to create many posts to illustrate what the blog is meant to be about celebrating living Down by the Sea in Dorset! Most of the photos I take of the sea are with the mobile phone and tend to be put on my Instagram account these days.
We hoped to capture the starlings murmurating and returning to their roost in January at Cogden beach.. Instead watching the sun set was the highlight not only did I capture the sun caught in some grasses but also setting into the sea!
Views over the roof tops of Storm Eunice in February, I'm glad we are located back from the sea! The storm still managed to cause havoc with many of our garden fences blown down!
Blue skies in spring around West Bay and close coastal locations of Burton Bradstock and Eype.
Cliff falls are a constant occurence and the numbers of them have increased in recent years. We discovered this one at Easter the fence on the edge of the Coast Path left hanging in mid-air!
Lyme Regis is the rain, it doesn't stop anyone having fun!
In May the statute of Mary Anning the famous fossil hunters was unveiled, it is situated in a location overlooking the area where she used to hunt for fossils.
We still occasionally head back to Weymouth and Portland where we once lived. The earlier part of this blog features more of this area. The coastline is different to our golden cliffs!
Our holidays have to be close to water too! In July we visited Dumfries in Scotland it was beautiful. The recharging of the electric car worked well we must have done around 1,000 miles!
Back in Dorset we had an amazing summer, just like going aboard on holiday I can still feel the heat looking back at these images!
Back into Autumn and Winter the beaches return to the locals who enjoy having the space to themselves!
Wishing you a peaceful and Happy New Year.