Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Oh I do like to be beside the seaside ....

Thank you for all your kind and supportive comments to my last post - this quilting community sure is something isn't it?!!  To gently ease myself back into a blogging routine I give you very few words today but lots of pictures!

I have a little thing about rust and lichen - so I was delighted at what I saw on Bournemouth Pier!!










My couple of days away was just what I needed,  The cobwebs were literally blown away and the sea air and coastal walks were so good for my soul.  I walked a lot, I thought a lot and I read a lot.  I resolved that I would ensure I booked time away BEFORE I reached breaking point next time so you may see some more coastal pics up here soon!

10 comments:

  1. They are great. Glad you had some downtime. Nothing beats walking on the beach.

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  2. Beautiful pictures. Sometimes we just need some "us" time and nature time to recharge.

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  3. It sounds like a perfect getaway. The photos are so inspiring too.

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  4. I am so glad you were able to rest and recharge; remembering to take care of ourselves can be so hard sometimes!

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  5. Good for you!! These rusty pictures are wonderful! Full of beautiful color and texture!

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  6. Great photos Abigail. It looks like a lovely spot for a get-away

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  7. The photos are wonderful and set off all kinds of ideas in my head.... Time to refuel is a necessity!

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  8. Great photos - and I'm glad the break has recharged your batteries.

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  9. Your photographs are exquisite. They are the kinds of photographs I wish I could and/or would take but never do, either because I forget or because I'm not such a great photographer. I especially like the ones of the metal grate/door (or whatever it is). Thanks so much for posting your photos.
    --Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  10. Wonderful photos! I have a thing for rust and lichen too. Maybe it's the colors, or my love of history. Not sure, but your photos sure call to be made into quilts! So glad to see your post. I hope you are doing better. So important that we recognize that we need some time off and then take it!

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