We’re Not Scared of Sinking Sand.

15/03/2009 at 21:03 Leave a comment

By the Sea.

By the Sea.

On the Beach.

On the Beach.

WOW what a warm and calm day it was today, too good to be stuck on the internet. So we packed a flask and some water and headed out to the beach again. This time we touched down on Northam Burrows which, when the tide is low, is really like being on another planet.  The sea was at least a mile out, so we were walking on the seabed with all its little pools and strange patterns on the sand. We ignored the story our friend Robie had told us about her plunging hip deep into sinking sand and just strode on to the horizon without a care…

Larging it with a Spaniel.

Larging it with a Spaniel.

Crab Hunting.

Crab Hunting.

Driftwood.

Driftwood.

Phoenix swam with a spaniel, splashed in the sea, dug in the sand, hunted for crabs and met a Weimaraner and a Pointer together, making three Pointer Sisters but with better hair.

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Seaweed Hostage.

The light was fantastic today with lots of warm tones being emphasised because of the low sun. This meant that Phoenix’s coat was radiating an intense copper glow.  She looked great.

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