Seaside Solitude

Earlier in November we had a lovely family visitor staying with us, and got the chance to show off the beautiful beach down at St Bees while the tide was out, the skies were blue and the waves were lapping nice and gently against the shoreline. Just a month ago, the weather down here along the coast had been incredibly wild and windy, so to be able to wander along the beach with it looking this serene in the winter was really nice.

The sand was still wet from the tide rushing out, so the sky was reflecting beautifully on the ground below while the sun was out, and I couldn’t get enough of how pretty it looked. I took far too many photos, and I honestly could have spent several hours just wandering along the beach! Even with a cold chill in the air, it was a beautiful day and I will never get tired of gushing about how much I love this part of the Lake District.









With this time of year often feeling very rushed and busy, I thought it would be nice to share these photos today and hope that some of the serenity from these calming beachy scenes make their way into the weekend too.

Linking up with Jen for Photo Friday today.

I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, whatever you’re doing.




8 thoughts on “Seaside Solitude

  1. Sadiethewallflower says:

    Beautiful beautiful photos Tasha. For a college student heading into finals, I appreciate the sense of calm you have shared today 🌸


  2. John says:

    Such beautiful light on those pictures. Peace and tranquillity may be in short supply for anyone doing their Christmas shopping this weekend. I don’t think I’ll be among them though.


  3. Gabrielle says:

    I’ve no doubt your family visitor was super impressed! These beaches look so lovely, especially with the dappled clouds hovering above. Just beautiful.

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