Paul - who brings friendly nonsense (blur_kiwi) wrote,
Paul - who brings friendly nonsense

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Lyme Regis on a sunny afternoon

First of all, I want to apologise for not being around much these days -  I'm really sorry. The web project I've been working on for about the last year has hit the really busy phase and I'm flat out organising training so that people can use the management system, organising the workload for a load of other people (as well as my own) and getting into the swing of editing and approving all the content for the new site. So, most of the time I seem to be up to my ears in things to do. This means that I haven't had much time to dip into livejournal and keep abreast of what is going on. I suppose this makes me a bad friend, and I'm really sorry for that. I just wish there were more hours in the day and that I didn't need quite as much sleep as I seem to at the moment.

Anyway, I have still been taking photos at the week-ends when the weather has allowed. A couple of weeks ago I picked up my wonderful cousin, Hannah, from Exeter University where she is studying languages and brought her home for a proper lunch. Taking her back to Exeter I took her by a very scenic route where we swung by Lyme Regis. It was a gorgeously sunny afternoon; just the weather for dropping in on a seaside resort for a couple of hours.

I have taken lots of photos there in recent months and I hope you're not bored by seeing, essentially, the same things over and over again - it's just that, to visit, it seems to be different and interesting every time.


The beach at Lyme with lots of people enjoying the Sunday afternoon sunshine.


This is, apparently, how many people it takes to stop a boat floating away inside the harbour.

Monmouth Beach at Lyme, if you can see, there is a dog doing a major leap in the middle of the picture.


This shows just how calm and flat the water was on this balmy afternoon.

My gorgeous, beautiful and divinely wonderful cousin, Hannah.

Three very different boats all in a line. I especially like the tiny one in the middle.

I thought, and I have no idea why, that hair braiding on the seafront was a slightly bizarre thing to be doing.

Tags: nutty, uk pics
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