It was misty too with sea spray, but not really, really cold. Ending 2015 with unseasonal warmth.
The weather may have been grey, but there was plenty of new colour!
And, finally, end of the year brings parties and celebrations and – a very Happy New Year to all.
17 thoughts on “It was windy at the beach this Christmas”
Happy New Year Agnes, and every success in 2016, xxx Gwen
Thank you and all the best to you and your blossoming TV career!! 😀
Hahaha, I might get discovered by a leading network, a sixty years of age – NOT 😀
Okay, okay, but recently I read somewhere on a fashion blog ‘Old is the new black!’ 😁😁😈
Thinking that over, I am breaking my own rules by downplaying myself! I have just written a reminder note to update my LinkedIn profile with this new talent – you never, never know!
Now there’s me believing it was only the British that were self-deprecating and apologetic!! Put it on LinkedIn pronto.
Might be in the bloodline? British grandfather (never knew him). When I worked in the Lake District I us to think I could happily spend my final days there. Turns out he was born in Grange-over-Sands, and his parents Cartmel. Must have been feeling the echoes of his sense of place 😀 LinkedIn, here I come.
Ah yes – there’s so much in the genes, and, of course, I’m guessing your outgoing, comfortable TV persona is due more to your Italian roots than the English bloodline??? 😃
Well – – – my sisters do say my father will never truly be gone so long as I am still alive 🙂 He could be very stern, but he was also a bit of a ham at times.
After such strange weather this year it’s hard not to be a little concerned about what 2016 might bring. Wishing us all the best though…lovely photos of your(?) young people😊
And a Happy New Year to you too.
Yes, the weather – my goodness, you’d think humans would be less surprised by it. I guess in our technologically saturated world we think we can outwit nature. Oh dear, how wrong we consistently are.
Young people – my daughter and her boyfriend visiting over holidays from London. It’s a great beach especially in the winter with seals popping their heads out of the surf every few minutes. Too quickly for me to get a shot though.
Happy New Year to you too! With us it was cold – and quite a shock. Who knew the temperature could fall to about 4 degrees at this time of year?
Thank you and all the best to you. Over here in East Anglia I’ve never, ever, known the ground so soggy. Mud everywhere reminds me of when I lived in the West Country only the colour is different to the reddy clay of the Devon.
I wish you a Happy New Year, 2016.
Thank you and all the best to you for 2016. Hopefully there will be plenty of opportunities for more of your beautiful, atmospheric photographs.
A happy new year and may 2016 be on an even higher creative plane for you Agnes.
Thank you and all the best to you and your wife for 2016. Have really loved your photos of Japan and the apprentice Geisha.