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Aaaahhhh....

This is more like it; a beach without the hordes. This is between Seahouses and Bamburgh, Northumberland takn in early January this year. One of the Farne Islands is visible on the left.  

Aaaahhhh....

This is more like it; a beach without the hordes. This is between Seahouses and Bamburgh, Northumberland takn in early January this year. One of the Farne Islands is visible on the left.  

comments (12)

  • Ray
  • Not in United States
  • 7 Jun 2017, 00:24
Yes...my sort of crowd, Alan.
Alan: It was a different story on New Year's Day; you could hardly move on the beach, such were the crowds.
C'est superbe !
Alan: Thanks. Martine. This is just how I like it.
Perfect! A simple Peace!
Alan: Isn't it glorious? It was a rather busier on New Day's Year, though smile
My kind of beach solitude, Alan! I hope the beach-combing was good?
Alan: I was too busy trying to stay upright to spot anything; there was a heck of a wind blowing smile
  • Chris
  • England
  • 7 Jun 2017, 06:16
Do you think a horde has ever descended on this place? Maybe birds but as for people, the G U prefer places with "amusements"..
Alan: It was a different story on New Year's Day; you could hardly move on the beach, such were the crowds. For some reason, dogs found me attractive sad
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 7 Jun 2017, 06:55
I love the width of the beach - it gives a feel of infinity and freedom - a feel I could experience in Friesland now, too.
Alan: Thanks, Philine. It was a different story on New Year's Day; you could hardly move on the beach, such were the crowds (well, a slight exaggeration wink )
We have had a couple of family holidays here when the kids were young. We once saw 3 or 4 people on the beach, but it was OK because it is about 3 miles long
Alan: It was considerably busier on New Year's Day. I was lucky to get a seat in the tearoom.
A lovely scene Alan. But beware for a beach with no people means no ice cream, candy floss, toffee apples or Punch and Judy shows.
Alan: ..and a good job, too, and far better for it.
You need one more person and a frisbee.
Alan: No., I was happy just to watch the waves and enjoy that "gentle breeze" though my golden locks smile
This particular beach is well worth visiting, we did so when we stayed at Seahouses a few years ago.
Alan: It was considerably busier on New Year's Day. I was lucky to get a seat in the Copper Kettle tearoom.
what a serene, sigh-worthy image, Alan. love the mix of cool and warm hues.
Alan: The look of warmth is merely an illusion; there was a biting wind smile
It's so nice being all alone...

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