Sea-bathing (2)

Since summer has come, at last, I thought I would indulge my new found enthusiasm for sea-bathing by walking out to the beach in the midday sun.   The only thing I had forgotten is that the reason the beach is so wide and the distance of the tide from high to low so long is that it is shallow far out to sea, so that far from being able to plunge in, I was only able to paddle up to my knees and then flob about on some rocks, so that my ardour has somewhat cooled:-

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6 thoughts on “Sea-bathing (2)

  1. Leslie Tobin Bacon says:

    the positive side of shallow water….. no rip tides, less a chance of drowning. You need to wait for high tide!

  2. Mark Fisher says:

    Is there nothing you can’t do ? Adding sea-bathing tops it all, though it may not feature in the Book of the Blog ?

  3. Mark Fisher says:

    Agreed. But it’s the diversity that’s impressive – flaneur, photographer, architectural historian, gourmet and on !

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