Travel Theme: Edge

Hotels and houses clinging to the edge of the cliffs, yachts floating in the harbour  and long evening shadows of people walking at the edge of the sea.   Could be the Mediterranean.

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But it’s not.


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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

55 thoughts on “Travel Theme: Edge”

  1. It could be a lot of places, but I am going to guess one. Tenby?
    It’s a longshot though…Looks a bit too green on the cliffs.
    Regards as always, Pete. x

    1. You win the prize Pete! What? No prize? Oh, well, if there was one you’d win as you are spot on. Yes glorious Tenby with its three beaches, golden sands, blue water… very much like St Ives would have been 50 years ago without the crowds.

      1. So it was September? that explains the green, and the quieter beach.
        I am inordinately proud of myself to have guessed correctly. Goes to show I am easy to please these days Jude! x

    1. Big beach indeed, in fact there are three of them, but not Norfolk Sue – Norfolk would be less green. It is Tenby, Wales, in September!

  2. You’re not usually coy about naming places. Come on. Where is it? Not that it matters hugely: they’re still stunning shots, especially the shadows and shoals in the second one, and the vibrant colours and shadows in the first one.

    1. Thought I’d have a bit of fun Meg, to liven up a dull weekend here. I know folks love to guess places. It is Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Wales on a late September evening last year. Looks pretty good, eh? Thanks for you lovely comment, I’m glad you like the shadows, you also have a bit of a ‘thing’ with shadows, I recall 🙂

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