WINNING ME OVER EVERY TIME

by - Friday, November 09, 2012


It wasn't super long or carefully planned but visually and mentally soothing experience when the sun set as I walked along the shoreline collecting pebbles and balancing on the rocks of Lulworth Cove. I guess we have spent too much time within concrete walls so the open space was something all of us needed. And by saying us I meant my little family plus two visiting guests from Poland. Where would have we taken them if not over 270 metres above sea level! The wind was rather disturbing and got creative with my hair lashing our bodies from every angle. Even though we managed to head down to the nearest village for a hot drink we knew we had to go back up again. Catching up with a regular breathing I've added a way too many photos of this beautiful spot to my collection. We visited a couple of other places that week so check back where the wind blew us this time.

As for the jacket that hardly left my shoulders for the past... erm ages, here is an update - a couple of days ago a black version has arrived. It's still familiarizing with other two grabs for winter I got my hands on and will appear here soon. Until then I'll do the impossible and sort the expanding pile of (little) clothes casually resting on the couch.

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    1. A shingle beach of Lulworth Cove is a part of England's south coast which I like to visit whenever weather allows (rarely at this time of year). Can be extremely windy but still beautiful :) x

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  2. Beautiful! Love the rocks.
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    1. Some people actually jump off the cliffs... I'm even scared to walk and look down :)

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  3. Even more stunning and dramatic in the winter.

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    1. I prefer its wild beauty in the summertime.

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