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Tag Archives: Walking by the Sea
I found this shell (mollusc) while walking the beach at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve last Saturday. Look, it’s a fan and at its centre, another smaller fan. Continue reading
Life flowers Continue reading
I did. Well, I slid part way down the bottom bit and smashed my shoulder, a week ago today. Might need surgery. Fingers crossed. It was all very dramatic. Two ambulances. (Did they think I was in bits that would … Continue reading
It was a windy, rainy September Sunday. It wouldn’t have been a good idea to have wandered to close to the edge of those white cliffs, for fear of being whisked over. It wasn’t cold, though, making for a very pleasant, invigorating walk. It was a continuation of the walk we made while on a week’s stay, at the back-end of August, in the adjacent village to St Margaret’s (heading towards Deal) called Kingsdown. Continue reading
WordPress wrote to me yesterday, to tell me that 3 September 2013 marked the 3rd anniversary of Poetic Mapping. This is blog no. 222. This is quite by accident. If you believe in accidents, that is. The anniversary is a … Continue reading
How strange it is that only a week after writing Ann of Adam’s Garden – in which I mentioned my first encounter with rock pools – I found myself splashing around in the sea amongst rock pools. I had been desperate … Continue reading
“I’d like to add some beauty to life,” said Anne dreamily. “I don’t exactly want to make people know more … though I know that is the noblest ambition … but I’d love to make them have a pleasanter time … Continue reading
I wrote recently about walking Whitstable. Yesterday we walked Margate. Like Whitstable, it was a first visit for me.
Margate has a bad reputation. From an aesthetic viewpoint, I understand. The seafront buildings are some of the ugliest I’ve seen. The beach is glorious.