|The Moon from 5th August|
Eleven days, actually.
Still, nearer to two weeks than one. Anyway, just because there haven't been any beach photos here, doesn't mean we haven't actually been on the beach, as the following photos illustrate.
There are quite a few, so apologies for the amount of scrolling you'll have to do. And before you ask, I don't want to split them up into separate posts because I've just got back from seeing the Red Arrows with 74 photos(!) that need a home. So the next post is reserved for them - once I've whittled them down to a more manageable number.
So, first up, some photos from 5th August's swim:
|The H&S Prudence (last seen back in April, here)|
|The Vos Innovator|
Oh. Wait. It's just The Mother.
|The EEMS Sprinter|
|At the top of the cliff in the centre of the photo, one can just make out the sky-blue wall of Sea Salt|
This sunset from behind Château DeVice was taken on the 9th:
Then these are from 12th (I didn't swim as it wasn't particularly nice, and the tide was too low):
|This is one of the lowest tides we have here. Just look how far the ends of the groynes are from the sea!|
|That's the End-of-the-Line's groyne on the left|
|The End-of-the-Line and its big, clapped out old groyne|
|Drat! Stood on that shrinking button again...|
And, finally, these are from this morning's swim:
|The requisite big groyne|
|Grooming in full view of a passer by? Common!|
|A far more uppity and well-to-do cormorant...|
|… and his underlings|