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October 25, 2013 / viewsfromasmallisland

A safe harbour

Safe harbour

This is Weymouth harbour, a lovely spot any time of the year. I actually prefer the coast out of season. It’s possible to enjoy long quiet walks, stunning scenery and a welcoming pub without the crowds. And with four or five layers of clothes, a windbreak and a big hat, you can even relax on the beach.

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  1. Uncle Spike / Oct 25 2013 8:46 pm

    Lovely place – Used to work down there on a Saturday (when I was living in Poole) 🙂

  2. Gill McGrath / Oct 25 2013 10:02 pm

    Weymouth is one of my favourite places. How nice to have the place to yourself right now! And now I know who it is sitting out there in multi layers on the beach in all that wind.

  3. sandraconner / Nov 4 2013 4:10 pm

    Oh, I do love this picture! It makes me feel I’m living out a role in an English novel, and I can imagine the feel of the wind and the smell of the water.

    Hello … I didn’t know you were out here until you visited my site and “liked” a story, so I wanted to hop over and visit your home. I have been a literature and writing teacher most of my life — as well as an author, etc, etc, but my point is that I have lived in so many English novels during those years and felt “connected” in so many ways. Now, these past few years, as I’ve come to know several bloggers from England and have interacted with them — and their generous photographs — I am escorted back to all those times and places, and they do become more real for me.

    I love this site. As I moved through the photos, there was something special about each one of them, and I should have stopped to comment each time, but I’m on something of a schedule restriction this morning. I will come again and visit whenever I can.

    • viewsfromasmallisland / Nov 4 2013 6:37 pm

      Thank you very much. That is very kind of you. The wonder of blogging is the sharing of experiences across the world and I enjoy that too. Hope you come back for another look around soon.

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