B is for beach

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More specifically, Breakwater beach in beautiful Brixham. There might be better beaches out there but this one is mine and I love it. From the gently rounded pebbles that on certain days appear to be almost entirely uniform to the slightly too sleep slope that builds anticipation as you stumble down towards the sea, from the water that glows turquoise in the sunshine to the panoramic views across the bay. B is for beach.

Joining in with The Alphabet Photography Project over at PODcast.

21 thoughts on “B is for beach

  1. Hellie's Corner

    Wow, I thought the photo was of some far off tropical place, until I read your text, amazingly blue sea and the sail boat just finishes off the photo perfectly. #alphabetphoto

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    1. sophieblovett Post author

      Having spent the week in Cornwall and getting sand over everything I’m suddenly quite grateful that our local beach is just pebbles! It is awesome to live by the sea.

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  2. Wicked World of Lucas

    Beautiful. My bestie spends a lot of time in Brixham and she’s grown to love it. I think she’ll end up moving down there 😦 Sad but she’s assured me we always have a holiday home with her. Great photo #alphabetphoto

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  3. Charly Dove

    Oh wow I love your beach too! What a wonderful place to have on your doorstep. We’re in the country which is lovely but I’ve seen the beach a bit recently. Love the sound of the waves and the sea breeze in your face. Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing and joining in #alphabetphoto

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    1. sophieblovett Post author

      When the wind’s blowing in the right direction we can hear the waves from bed which is pretty awesome. It’s generally just great to have got out of the city!

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