No matter how long we have lived here I never fail to be amazed by the stars on a clear night such as we had yesterday. Looking up at those stars I can't help but think there must be other life out there in those countless galaxies.
After a clear night and a frosty morning the day began with beautiful blue skies. Just perfect for a walk down on the beach.
It was still pretty busy but I managed to squeeze the car into a space along the road. It felt so good to smell the sea and feel the sun on our faces.
The tide was coming in so we didn't have a lot of time to explore the rock pools. Only saw a couple of ordinary sea anemones in the crystal clear miniature worlds nestled in the rocks.
A lot more sand and shells have been deposited on the beach and as ever I couldn't resist hunting for pieces of sea glass and shiny shells.
I took a couple of random pictures of the beach and looking at this one I wish I had collected the bit of blue glass in the centre and the striped piece to the left.
We had our coffee down on the beach and then sat up on top of the cliff for a while longer before returning home. It started clouding over as we drove home but I've been baking cakes and tidying rooms as Romas is driving down with a friend tomorrow.