Firstly, I’d like to thank Tazein over on Transcending Borders for nominating me for the Best Moment Award. Click the link and check out her blog.
Because of an error on my part we ended up at a loose end last night. So, we decided to take a walk along the beach nearest to us before it got dark, so I could brush up on my stone skimming skills-they’re not good!
A very random thing washed up on the beach.
Fishing for sea bass
Shells and stones
Looking over to Cobh
No, you can’t leave your boat here!
A few weeks ago I posted a shot of my secret place. So what to do on an unexpectedly sunny evening? Head to the beach of course! I said it was my secret place because it’s very well hidden. It’s behind a pharmaceutical factory, so you’d never expect to find a beach!
There is a carpet of shells there.
Mike thought it would have been hilarious if this crab was actually alive and scurried away!
Ailsa’s theme this week is Secret Places. Mine isn’t a secret place,but I didn’t know it existed until a couple of years ago.
Ringaskiddy is the big ferry port in Cork and I always thought the land just ended there at the village. It turns out that you can continue on a little bit past the port to find this…
Who knew there was a beach so close to where I live! You have to walk down the side of a pharmaceutical plant to get there. I don’t think many people know about it
Lovely morning this morning.
Taken with iPhone 4.
Yesterday was grey. There was no getting away from it. Not a little hint of blue anywhere.
I prefer when Blackrock Castle has a nice blue background, but it wasn’t to be.
This is how it should look! A lovely mural done by the Mahon Men’s Paining Club.
Port of Cork