Sunday Picture Post: August by the Sea

Saturday 1st August and denied the overseas locations, people are arriving at our coast. The sun is bright and hot, and the sea looks inviting. Huh, they don’t know how cold the North Sea!

Hemsby beach: 1st August 2020

Early, and so as yet it is quiet

Beach chalet: 1st August 2020

Many of the visitors will stay in places like this

1st August 2020

But this is the other side of this stretch of coast.

Hemsby beach: 1st August 2020

The remains of a chalet: 1st August 2020

Looks like someone forgot to take the clothes pegs

The unstable nature of our cliffs: 1st August 2020

A rare glimpse of the eyes behind the camera

Norfolk humour: 1st August 2020

Interesting that Amsterdam is nearer than London. That could explain much.

BTW, the little shield says: In 1802 nothing important happened here.

California Cliffs: 1st August 2020

I’m guessing their house insurance is high. If they can get cover at all

Caister dunes: 1st August 2020

The cliffs become dunes at Caister. And despite the gathering clouds, the heat is rising. Wisdom tells me to catch a bus home. Too hot now for walking.

Hope you enjoyed it. And next week? I haven’t yet decided

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20 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: August by the Sea

  1. Looks a lovely day!

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  2. Dale says:

    Wow. How gorgeous all those pictures. The rougher the terrain, the more beautiful.
    Love seeing the eyes behind the camera 😉
    Do tell me you’ve gotten rid of your stalker? Coz those eyes might keep them around…

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  3. Sadly the events of 1802 are seldom enough repeated

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  4. Deborah says:

    Beautiful! Especially the glimpse of you! 🙂 ❤

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  5. Lovely pics! The cold water sounds like a challenge.

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  6. “In 1802, nothing important happened here.” That may be the most British thing I’ve read recently.

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