July has been an incredible month for spending time in the sea. We have enjoyed so many swims together as a family and have had so many wonderful adventures. We have especially loved heading over to Charmouth Beach to pick sea glass and which has become our new favourite family activity.
The month of June has been an incredible month for us at the sea. We have created so many memories at our special little spot, evening swims and dinners have begun again and we even had another mini holiday over to the Isle of Wight where we explored so many different beaches! Such a great month by the sea!
The beginning & the middle parts of this month may have been a bit of a let down but the end of this month has made up for it. The sun has been shining and we even managed to have our first mini family holiday after over 20 months of not going anywhere to Durdle Door which is one of my favourite places.
This past month I haven't been to the sea as much as previous months, we always seem to flip flop between the forest and the sea and this past month the grounding energies of the forest have called us more. Even so we have had some beautiful days by the sea and have created a lot of memories.
The sea has played such a big part in my life this past month. We've been coming here a lot lately and each time it feels like a completely new experience. I think that's what I love about our little spot, it's always changing, and it never looks or feels the same to me.
This month the sea has helped me tremendously. Its been one of those months where it seems we all need different things at different times and it's been such a balancing act trying to balance it all. But coming here to this little spot of ours has been such a healer.
I am so aware how lucky we are to be able to walk to our little beach and feel the sea air. We are almost a month into our third national lockdown and being able to come here on a regular basis has been so good for us on so many different levels.
Welcome to our Coast to Coast loop. We are a group of photographers from around the world, from timezones as far flung as Australia to Canada and in between, each with a different seascape. Coast to Coast aims to document our changing sea views and perspectives - both literal and philosophical - of what the sea means to us, month to month through the changing seasons.