First in Dorset. Now West Yorkshire.
Looks good enough to eat Sorry about email.
Lucy, Love anything with the sea in the photo. Living here on Lake Michigan - I never get enough of the water in my life! Thanks for the photo. See you soon. Jack
Hi Lucy, I just happened upon this other blog of yours and want to say I love your eye. These one-photo posts are marvelous.
An unusual, for us, pebble beach and some even more unusual green on it!
Hello Angie. I have a feeling it may be edible - but don't actually know and wouldn't be prepared to try! (Don't worry about the email - anything internetty goes wrong at some time!)Hello Sara. I'm glad you like Message in a Milk Bottle.Hello VP. It's unusual for us too - and so special it's a UN designated World Heritage Site.
This is beautiful!!
I don't think I've ever heard of this plant before. I love the seemingly endless pebbles (or small rocks).
Hello Deepak. Glad you like the sea beet photo.Pat - I don't know how deep the pebbles go but this pebble bank is massive.If you are interest I wrote two posts about it on my other blog.The first is herehttp://tinyurl.com/ockz2tpThe second it here http://tinyurl.com/lnqflgo
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