MARCH – RIDING ON A BEACH, PLAYING IN THE SEA AND THE MAGIC OF SNOW

It was lovely and Spring-like day on Sunday the 3rd of March, especially in the afternoon when we headed for one of our nearby sandy beaches. At the car park by the sand dunes that lead to the beach, we saw this horse waiting for its turn to run in the sand.

-Where's-my-rider-

Families were having fun paddling in their boots at the ever receding edge of the water;

Beach fun

Beach fun

There were adults, children and dogs happily meeting up with one another;

All socialising

All socialising

One of the horses, gingerly negotiating the narrow stone ‘belt’ down to the sand, got to canter on the beach;

Canter-On-The-Beach

On Thursday 14th march 2013 it was another lovely bright day and it was not just because the sun was shining.

This bird was a little black sentinel on a pristine white roof:

Bird on snow roof

From a side window, I saw this tree with sparkling white branches;

Snow+Sun Wb

The town had been covered with 18cm of snow (approximately 7″),it was a very localised heavy snowfall, the outer areas had very little. There was no way I was staying indoors to admire the view. I wanted to crunch through the snow and see places;

P1020241-Scene-from-Mt-V-Wb

…and take some pictures of the magic.

Taylor's-Trees

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