You keep teasing we-of-cold climates with your shots of beaches! Nice to be the only one on a beach, isn't it? It's so cold here this morning that I had to take my fleece bathrobe out of the closet. Have a good week-end.
I was wondering where the people were! Great beach!
It has something of a grey bleakness about it - like Rhyl out of season [come to think of it - in season these days too]
beach scenes are so peaceful to me.
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Oh my, what a beauty!Your harbor cranes don't look like ours (I think I like yours more, they look like iron giraffes.) :D
Kate, if it is any comfort, it was a pretty cold day when i took this. Another reason i had it to myself!Thanks Peter.Fenix..Giraffes...hehe you are right, they do look like them!
Oh that's a nice scene indeed...is the water warm for swimming??! is this near your place? (I love the beach...)
bc, its about 3.5km from our place. If you scroll to the bottom of the page, a pretty unscientific way of getting an idea would be that we live on the P of Port, the harbour you see in the background is under the T of Port and the beach is under the T of Elizabeth!!I guess water temperature is a relative thing, we met an Austrian once in Namibia, who jumped in the pool and said it was warm.... so Max jumped in and just about walked on water it was so freezing.... turned out the Austrian was used to a daily swim in the little mountain streams of the Tyrolean Alps!! Yesterday the water was 19 degrees C, which we consider just about warm enough to consider going in!!
Beautiful!What a contrast with the beach in the season!