Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Sunny Sandbanks

We took advantage of a rare sunny day recently to take Jade to Sandbanks again, and this time I took the camera. I ended up with lots of pics of shadows, but I guess they prove I had plenty of sun behind me. The first is of  the mini golf arena, showing one of the water logged putting areas - a legacy from the storms.


It was pretty windy and Jade had a good run around which meant it was difficult to capture her in a still photo, but  here's one I grabbed when she took a breather.


This one shows the promenade and the area in front of some of the council's posh beach huts. Normally it's all kept pristine and free of sand - another legacy of the storms.


I rather like this one taken from the path back to the harbourside road over the sand dunes behind the beach. I've added a little light so you can see a few more details which were obscured by the deep shadows.

3 comments:

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Looks like an interesting place.

Jean Knill said...

It's really beautiful, Joan. It's at the start of millionaire's row, where the houses are said to be the most expensive in the world. But the beach is to die for and that's free for all.

Paola said...

I love that last pic, Jean! Just beautiful...

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