Stunning pictures, I could look at them all day. Can I share your beach house with you? You don't need to go aboard with locations like this!sarah x
Wonderful pictures. Thank you for sharing them.
Just beautiful!Kathy x
Great photos. Love the young bunny rabbit.June
It looks blissful.
You were 25 minutes drive from my house. I am so lame that I can't get the energy (or use of the car) to make that short journey. I long to see the sea. I have a brother in Whitstable but we are not close. Our last holiday was in 2005. I only go as far as Asda or the library - I have surrendered.Your pictures are lovely and have spurred me on. The next day The FW is at his little gardening job I will go out, I promise.Susan xPS - Years ago when my kids were tiny we went to Seasalter for the afternoons and Peter Cushing used to turn up on his pushbike and have tea in the little tea-shack, wearing his blue safari suit, eat cake then pedal his way back home. Lovely bloke, but we never bothered him.
I think we all like to be beside the seaside.
Beautiful photos Diane!
stunning....I went there once to look for the childhood home of my ex-boyfriend.....I was with him at the time it wasn't some strange stalker pilgrimage!!x
Wonderful photos Diane. Especially the sunsets. And the little things on the beach. But where did you see that Egret??
What stunning photos, Diane. Really beautiful. xx
Those sunsets are spectacular!xxx
I have never seen dividers as such at a beach. Do what purpose they serve. Intersting.
So many wonderful memories you have from your week away. Special times.Lisa x
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