They say that in England people always talk about the weather. I think for England you have to read Ireland, Scotland and Wales as well. Since I have started blogging – weather is probably the thing I have mentioned most.
In the UK we do have “Weather” and lots of it. I suppose, it is the fact that our weather is so changeable that we Brits are “always talking about the weather”.
Today – it was really weired here – One of the joys of living by the coast is weired weather and micro-climates.
For our walk today I wanted to walk along the beach because it was such a glorious sunny day. We arranged to start our walk from a friends house probably a couple of miles, if that, from my house. I could not believe it when I drove a few hundred yards from my house – to hit a veil of sea mist. Her house and the beach were in mist.
You could hardly tell where the sea and sky met. The photo looks a little blurry – but it is actually wafty mist breaking up the picture. Those dark shapes in the center are people swimming in the sea – as it was really hot.
Perfect for the first paddle of the year!
I wish I had been able to capture it for you – to show you properly the weired light, and the sea mist. To give you an idea of how hot it was, and yet there was no sun. (Although apparently according to shed man – our garden was bathed in glorious sunshine all afternoon!)
It was a good walk.