Well due to a busy work week my crafting has been a little on the back burner. Today was such a welcome day off and in this glorious summer weather it was time to leave everything else and get down to the sea.
I spied this cute heron making the most of the tide being fully out and a large pool where he could fish to his heart's content.
The sky can be described here as 'Cornish blue' and today you could see why-it was glorious! a perfect June day-such a clear sky!
I made a little camp in the rocks while the dogs played in the waves.
I shouldn't really have introduced my little Oscar looking like this- he is much smarter usually! He is only a baby- just 5 months and it was his first really proper beach visit. He got so excited he decided to roll around in the muddiest rock pool he could find.
My younger daughter, now free from university work entertained the dogs while I sat in my little camp with a hot chocolate...never go down to the sea without your thermos!
I love it when the tide has just washed out-it leaves behind so much flotsam and jetsam...and shells. Here are a few seen just where I was sitting.
Oscar wore himself out playing with 'big sister' Bonnie the labrador, while I just sat and gazed out to sea...
'I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky,
and all I need is a tall ship and a star to steer her by...'
I memorised Masefield's 'Sea fever' when I was a girl, as I thought it conjured up a delightful picture of freedom and escape.
Going down to the sea is the perfect antidote to the stresses of everyday life and work-how lucky we are to be able to living here in Cornwall. Where do you take time out to enjoy this glorious summer weather? Wherever it is hope you have a beautiful, relaxing and warm, sunny weekend!