Tuesday Treasures – 3 #Brainfluffbookblog #LightintheLockdown

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I’ve been uploading photos of my garden on my Sunday Posts, which have been getting a lot of positive comments, so I have decided to feature the pics in their full size, so you can see some of the detail. Last Friday, we went for a walk along the seafront here in Littlehampton. It wasn’t raining, but it was blowing a hoolie – to the extent that the birds were struggling. The young starlings were all sheltering in the lee of Coastguard station and that seagull roosting on the top of the groin post is looking decidedly grumpy!









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  1. You’re so lucky to live so close to the water. Everyone thinks that if you live in Southern California, you’re steps away from a beach, but the closest beach to me is a solid hour away. Lovely photos!

    • Yes, I am conscious that I am very lucky – and it’s why I’m not jumping up and down with lots of criticism for those who flocked to the beach during the good weather.

      • Nice! I never knew their formal name- just what Grandma called them 🙂 I’ve noticed the red hips when we’ve gone hiking later in the year, but haven’t gotten around to looking up what to use them for yet!

  2. I like looking at these pictures. Looks like you had a nice outing, too bad about the hard wind though. We’ve had some hard winds here too this past week. That seagull looks really grumpy indeed. Those flowers look pretty. That second flower I’ve seen around here a few times close to the water, it’s pretty!

  3. Beautiful! And you even have some blue sky! I’ve not seen a crack of blue sky since the rains descended a week or so ago! Grey and rainy every day I’m sad to say…

  4. Oh wow, so many birds on that roof. Like something out of a Hitchcock film. Thanks for sharing more of your lovely garden and seashore pics. They are definitely mood lifters. 🙂

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