It was slightly misty but there wasn't a cloud in the sky apart from the vapour trails left by passing planes. As we reached the beach the sun was just rising above the sea, creating wonderful vistas over the water.
Following Storm Eleanor our local beach at Eypes Mouth last week was stripped of stone and gravel overnight and transformed into a beautiful sandy beach. It is incredible how the power of the sea is so strong to do this!
|Eypemouth Beach December 2017|
You can see below that the gravel has already slowly started to return with each tide.
|Eypemouth Beach January 2018|
I sat on the rock below, watching the waves rolling in. It was so beautiful that I wanted to capture the moment, and share it in the video above - sorry for the slight slant in the video the rock wasn't very even!
|Spot Tavi's ball|
As we headed home via the inland route the views were equally magical!
Wishing you a good week with some special moments!
NB :It was good to hear some steps are being made nationally to reduce single use plastic, it is however a shame that will take 25 years to achieve, let's hope that there is real appetite to sort this out as soon as possible. It was good to hear all your views and support about this subject. This report from the BBC may be of interest to you.. Seven charts that explain plastic pollution worldwide