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High Tide and Sunset coincide occasionally. You can't see them in the shadows but there are several paddle boarders out there making the most of high water…

Spring is in full flourish and the tides are high to prove it. Today was the end of the stay at home order. There were noticeably more people about and the…

[228-365] 17th. March 2021- I thought I would use this opportunity to take the tidal road to Goodshelter because the far end where it reaches East Portlemouth…

[218-365] 7th. March 2021- Todays lesson for the day. However often you have photographed the same view there is always something new to find. I never thought…

[216-365] 5th. March 2021- I recently posted about the project to save our local red phone box. During preparations for the return of the box which involved…

[209-365] 26th. February 2021- An amazing spring day today, although a cold snap is on the way. There are flowers in profusion all around the village and the…

[198-365] 15th. February 2021- The bitter cold winds have finally decided to head off in another direction so we have had an instant change in temperature for a…

[187-365] 4th. February 2021- My new cheapo lensball arrived yesterday after seeing a couple of posts on here. I'd never heard of a lensball until then, so…

[185-365] 2nd. February 2021- This morning was a High Tide combined with a lot of excess water draining from all directions off the local landscape. The local…

[167-365] 15th. January 2021- For some reason I'm having quite a blue week. Everything seems blue at the moment. These are all about the sky really, which…

[162-365] 10th. January 2021- When not walking in the creek itself, because the tide is coming in, we can walk along the creek path which follows the fields…

[159-365] 7th. January 2021- Now we are in full lockdown we are supposed to exercise once a day from home so walking the creek is very popular again. It was a…

To increase wheat harvests during the Napoleonic wars, farmers were paid a yearly subsidy to have a limekiln on their land. Limestone was burnt in the kiln to…
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