Today we went for a walk this afternoon on Swanage beach and the pier. Lots of noticing of what was happening like the invisible fishing group
The walk on the beach include more “grounding” and walking barefoot on the sand and paddling my feet in the sea – twice in a week. Due to the low spring tide we walked the seaward side of the groynes, so from the banjo pier to Sheps Hollow and the final groyne and back. I so enjoy this in the autumn and winter and as I noticed last year social distancing when you paddle is never an issue. The rock edges off Ocean Bay were clear and exposed as the tide fell.
I also spent more time watching the bubble patterns in the waves and how you could see the Sandy seabed and through waves as sand was picked up by breaking waves – all ideas that one day O might translate in a picture.<div class='sharedaddy sd-block sd-like jetpack-likes-widget-wrapper jetpack-likes-widget-unloaded' id='like-post-wrapper-123416164-6712-61b0006b73337' data-src='https://widgets.wp.com/likes/#blog_id=123416164&post_id=6712&origin=andyknillart.com&obj_id=123416164-6712-61b0006b73337' data-name='like-post-frame-123416164-6712-61b0006b73337' data-title='Like or Reblog'><h3 class="sd-title">Like this:</h3><div class='likes-widget-placeholder post-likes-widget-placeholder' style='height: 55px;'><span class='button'><span>Like</span></span> <span class="loading">Loading...</span></div><span class='sd-text-color'></span><a class='sd-link-color'></a></div>