So, just like every other day, week, month, year etc. etc.
Yes! Isn't it fabulous!?!
Anyway, on with the show: Here are a few photos from the last three or four days.
The sunrise below is from a week ago Monday, taken from my home office/library/blog room, and the first set of beach photos below are from Saturday (no swim then as it was a little chilly - there was a swim on Sunday as it got out a little warmer, but I didn't take any photos).
Above and below, the Groyne at the End-of-the-Line from both sides
Oyster-catcher and friends (a mean-looking gull and a couple of turnstones)
The oyster-catcher was back - with a friend
They flew off when someone else invaded the beach
The Groyne at the End-of-the-Line
The shoreline was littered with various body-parts: crab legs and carapaces, shrimp exoskeletons, barnacle bits, fan worm tubes, and sea sponges.
Early morning sun from my window again (above),
and the cliff on the way down to the beach (below)
A moist groyne
Watery tarts and their swords aside-
Well... What are we supposed to think, then? Anyway, what I was going to say was: There's an even more shocking image below!
Proof positive that the Freakin' Green Elf Shorts have managed to spawn! We caught this juvenile pair sunbathing on a toadstool up the allotment!