Tuesday Treasures – 19 #Brainfluffbookblog #LightintheLockdown

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In this week’s Tuesday Treasures, I’m back to Bexhill, where I was on a writing retreat with my sister in law at the end of September/beginning of October. These were a number of pictures I took throughout our stay. And in the final morning, before we started packing to leave, we had breakfast on the balcony, watching the sunrise as a final farewell from Bexhill to us…

The rosa ragosa is part of the planting scheme – just look at the hips on them…
And these sedums also are part of the plants growing behind the benches on the sea front.
This flock of starlings roosted on our roof – the numbers are too small to be a full murmuration – but watching them wheel together was always a delight
I was struck at just how well this young seagull blended into the shingle beach
Our last morning and the final gift from Bexhill…
The blaze of light is the reflection of the rising sun on the windows of the art deco De La Warr Pavillion


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    • It was such a gift, just standing on the shingle, right away from the sea. I do want to make it clear that I took it with a zoom so I didn’t get too close, or disturb it:)).

    • You’re welcome! The whole experience was such a wonderful one… So very healing and affirming – and it managed to fix my defective sleep patterns that had blighted my life for years. Which just goes to show that getting away for just a handful of days at a time isn’t sufficient to fully reboot your mind and body. You need to get at least a week to ten days to unwind, I think.

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