Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Paddling feet in the tide




You know those moments when it's so stinking hot and all you want to do is cool down? We've had many of those lately, Summer has stretched on and on. On Sunday morning it was so nice to just paddle my feet in the incoming tide, at first it was cold but then after a few minutes so refreshing.

More Wednesday around the Worlds here along with Wordless Wednesdays and Wednesday Waters :-)

12 comments:

Bee Halton said...

I'll send you some rain and fog from wintery UK ;-)

Tamar SB said...

Snowy and icy here! Bet that is refreshing!

Wayne said...

You're welcome to come here, we're expecting 25cm of snow tonight :-)

carol l mckenna said...

Looks so inviting ~ lovely shot ~ ~we are getting snow tonight also ~ thanks

Wishing you a Happy and Peaceful Week ~ ^_^

Unknown said...

Been dreaming to go to the beach. Hope you visit mine too. Tnx

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Molly said...

Oh this makes me long for summer even more

Mollyx

Klara S said...

Snowy here and -7C degrees :( waiting for spring...

Felicia said...

enjoy.

Andrea said...

Hi Amy i wonder what is your summer temperatures that makes it so hot. If i tell you our coldest temps during our coldest months of the year in Dec-Jan is 24-26°C, the rest is always above 30°C! About hoyas i wish you can still get a few plants, you are near Australia where they have very good collections.

NatureFootstep said...

I can feel it. :) Wonderful!

Graham Edwards said...

Well I won't be doing that in Scotland today!

Rhonda Albom said...

I like wiggling my toes in the sand.

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