Sunday, January 12, 2014

Sunshine days

There is nothing quite like a long walk at the beach is there?
We are so, so lucky to have the most spectacular beaches and walking trails only a very short distance from home - not that we enjoy them as often as we should, but last week we spent a few days away with a couple of friends we had not seen for a very, very long time. It was awesome...

If you are in the cold and dark northern end of the globe, I hope this little bit of sunshine warmed your day.

Have a fabulous week,


  1. Well, a photo is not quite as warming as one would hope, lol!

    I'm interested to know where you took all these photos. It looks different from what I think of as typical Australian geology, although obviously my knowledge is very limited. But actually, those angled rocks remind me of parts of Newfoundland, Canada, or the west coast of Ireland.

    1. Hi Monica,

      I guess Australia has a bit of everything when it comes to nature-scapes. Adelaide is close to the Southern coast where these shots were taken - a few km to either side of this is beautiful sandy beaches. I believe the rocks you mention were pushed up by an underwater volcano a long time ago - but hey, I am not good with that sort of thing.

  2. Hallo Anna , thankyou for the lovely walk on the beach ! We are also near the beach, up here in that " cold northern end of the globe" ...yes ... the sea is angry and wild here during all these storms we're having ! Enjoy your beachcombing !

  3. Oh, thank you Anna….I can really almost feel the warm sun…well I can at least remember what it feels like :)