Christmas 2012 has been a bit of a wash out. Literally! It was wet, wet, wet! Last year we had snow. This year we had rain. The rain didn’t make the Christmas experience less enjoyable, but it did limit what we could do. Mainly go outside for nice long walks. I do not like to walk in the cold rain. So, after a week of horrible, wet and windy weather, we got a break! Today, on New Year’s Day, we had sunshine and hardly a cloud in the sky! Yay!
After a hearty breakfast, we drove up to Beachy Head for a walk to the Belle Tout Lighthouse and back. I thought it was going to be a bit of a struggle after all the amazing food I had eaten in the last week, but it was a very nice and breezy, walk. It is amazing what a bit of sunshine can do for your spirit.
On the way back to the car, we stopped into The Beachy Head Pub. 😉 Happy New Year 2013 People! Here is to another New Beginning!
For the last two weeks I have had the pleasure of driving along the seafront on the way to work. The reason I say pleasure is that there are no two days alike, so I get to see something different every day! That certainly makes the drive to work more interesting. It isn’t practical, or safe, to pull over on the side of the road to take a photo of the frost covered fields, or the beautiful sunrises – but I managed to get out for a walk last Sunday and the weather was glorious! So, here are some reasons why I love where I live so much.
No post about where I live would be complete without a photo of The Pier. I love it! As you can probably see, some other people love it too, because they are doing some work on it! Look at that wonderful sky, and the flat sea!
What would the seaside be without a few fishing boats to look at?
Or a few lobster pots and fishing nets?
Or the annual Santa Fun Run?
The day might have been a bit nippy, but it was sunny and with no wind! We finished our walk with a gorgeous sunset and the starlings doing their magic over The Pier. 🙂
It is a beautiful autumnal day and I am spending the weekend in The Midlands. Today we went to Daventry County Park for a walk around the reservoir. Although the weather was lovely, with clear, sunny skies and crisp clean air, the sun was shining right at my lens. So I didn’t take many pictures.
Here are a few to celebrate autumn, before the clocks go back tonight.