Moody clouds swirling over the sea at Bournemouth, UK. The pier can just be seen in the distance. The sun is almost setting causing a golden glow.

Inspirational from Bournemouth Beach

In Days Out, Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle, Out & About by Susan

Bournemouth has 7 miles of golden sand beaches and is a hot spot for tourism in the summer.

We visited a couple of weekends ago and despite being a bitterly cold day we had a beautiful walk along the beach and pier.

Seagull soars above in a bright blue sky. Slight whispy cloud.
Bournemouth Beach. A row of seagulls stand in the edge of the gentle waves. The sun is setting giving a golden glow over the water. Bournemouth Pier can be seen in the distance under some cloud.
You can either see yourself as a wave in the ocean or you can see yourself as the ocean.Oprah Winfrey
Bournemouth Beach. Waves lapping onto the beach.
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  • As the sun sets in Bournemouth, The clouds come to life. The Pier is beautiful under a mass of mystical clouds.

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  • The waves on Bournemouth Beach, UK. Almost sunset. Golden glow across the sea

It was so nice just to walk and breathe and have no cares in the world.

The irony is that I don’t like swimming in the sea, I am not comfortable on a boat and even have difficulty paddling in the sea.  It takes a lot of willpower for me to even walk along a pier.  All things that challenge me.

However that said I love being by the sea, the sound of the sea just fills me with joy.

So my love hate relationship with the sea continues…

It was a great opportunity for me to take out the Nikon Camera.

I am so happy with the images that I have taken.

They are watermarked, because I have plans for these images in the future.  Watch this space…

Sunset overlooking Bournmouth. The silhouette of the buildings with some whispy clouds.

As the sun set over Bournemouth, I promised myself that I am going to go on a journey and become an adventurer.

Life is too short and there is so much to do and so much to see.

Susan x

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