A lot of my treasured memories are time spent at the beach with my wife, Susan. We met whilst both on meteorological courses in the Navy, at Culdrose in Cornwall. We both have an affinity for the sea & spent alot of time walking or body-boarding at the many beaches. This first set of beaches are at Malibu & Santa Monica from 12 years ago when we spent a month there after I retired from the Navy.
Hi all 😃 My entry for the Photographing Public Art Challenge #7, set this week by Marsha.
My wife & I came across these small pieces of art made from driftwood, stones & shells whilst walking on Broughty Ferry Beach, just outside of Dundee 😀 It’s fun to imagine who made these little master pieces & did they survive the next high tide 🤔
Hi all 😁 Here’s my entry for Sandy’s Friendly Friday Challenge: Simple Joys.
Nothing can beat the simple joy of a long walk on the beach with my wife, no matter the weather 😁
My entry for Granny Shot It Challenge WWE. Still on Broughty Ferry Beach on the Firth of Tay.
My entry for Granny Shot It challenge: Water Water Everywhere. I’m sticking with the Firth Of Tay from Broughty Ferry Beach, Nr Dundee for this post.
My first entry for Granny Shot It new challenge: Water Water Everywhere. Thought I’d go for as much water as possible in this one, short of throwing myself in the estuary 🤣
Hi all, must be Sunday, with another weekly challenge up! Thanks to Amy for the topic this week and for sharing her fantastic images with us all.
I have a strong affinity with the sea having worked on it for twenty years, and always find myself drawn back to it; be it in good weather or bad.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #56 — Seascapes and/or Lakeshore”
Following on from my last post about beach art, here are a few more photos from down on the beach. Although the weather was not the best, this is still a great place to be. It was quiet and peaceful but this is probably more to do with the timing of our mid-week visit and the showery weather.Continue reading “Broughty Ferry Beach”