Now Moved to 'Message in a Milk Bottle' - http://messageinamilkbottle.blogspot.co.uk
Peaceful and beautiful shot.
Thank you for visiting my blog. I don't believe I have seen yours before. I like your spare style.
very serene. it also makes me wonder what's on the other side...
Hello Carver.I always count it as something special when I can be on a beach entirely on my own.Lucy
Hello Tulsa Gentleman.I have another blog LOOSE AND LEAFY where I talk about what I see but here, on PICTURES JUST PICTURES , I let the photos speak for themselves - which, on the whole, they do quite eloquently without any help from me!Lucy
Hello Pat . . . on the other side . . . well, along the top, there's a narrow earth path, shared by humans and badgers. On the other side of the bank, there's an old railway line which has been tarmacked over so people can walk or cycle into town; and beyond that, there are houses, council-owned for un-wealthy people. Sometimes, things turn out just right!Lucy
Lovely colours and a great contrast against that sky.
Another beautiful shot.
I came to say bye, bye for a while - I'm busy packing and then going to have relocation break!See you again in April!Take care!BLOGitse
Thank you Hermes and Chuck.I love these browns. Even when the reeds grow new leaves, brown dominates. (Though, in the summer, they look much lighter. Sometimes, when it is very hot, they seem almost white.)Lucy
Have a good move, Blogitse. Moving from Cairo to Casablanca sounds, in theory, a very exotic kind of move but, wherever one is going, it involves a lot of upheaval. Hope it isn't to much of a wrench and that you enjoy your new phase of life.April isn't far away - and I'm sure you will be accumulating lots to say and show on your blog in the meantime.Best wishesLucyP.S. Blogging is addictive and I wouldn't be at all surprised if you popped up and posted even before you are fully settled!
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