Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Dreaming of blue sea and golden beaches


The sun's shining, the temperature has risen to double figures (yayyyy!), the air smells of spring -- and hubby is planning a skiing holiday for us. I love snow as much as the next person (maybe more), but given the choice of a week in the mountains or a week by the sea, I'd opt for the sea without hesitation.

This is Porthminster beach in Cornwall on a grey autumn morning. The sea is the Atlantic. I can't help thinking it must look gorgeous in springtime.

7 comments:

VP said...

I'm glad your weather is improving.
I agree with you about the sea and not because I am much of a sea lover, but it's really difficult to be far from it for long...

JM said...

The title is exactly what I'm looking for! Where are the mild winters we are used to? This country is soaked!

Deepak Acharya said...

perfect :)

Tinsie said...

@ VP: I don't consider myself much of a sea lover either, but I sure miss it in England. Rivers are all well and good, but they aren't sea...

@ JM: I hope your weather improves soon, it sounds like you've had more than your fair share of rain this year!!

@ Deepak: Glad you like it :-)

Per Stromsjo said...

A good book and a smoothie, right here.

Jacob said...

This is a delightful scene...it could be any one of our many beaches in Florida!

Tinsie said...

@ Per Stromsjo: You're reading my mind :-)

@ Jacob: More sunshine and higher temps in Florida though!