Lynda also kindly included two pieces of fabric that she had rust dyed. Aren't they fantastic? Thanks to you Lynda, you are very kind and I was very pleased with my goodies!
Mr Adam, Miss Lucy and I went to the Silver Sands beach at Aberdour this morning. We got there about 9am and the beach was deserted - just us - it was amazing. So peaceful, so uplifting - I love the beach. The sky was just so big. I have a programme that came with my new camera whereby I can 'stitch' photos together to get a panoramic effect and so here is the view from the beach. From the left side of the picture, the town of Burntisland is in the distance panning right over the Firth of Forth (the island in the middle is Inchkeith Island) to Edinburgh on the right side (the big 'hill' is Arthur's Seat). Pretty neat huh? (it should enlarge if you click on it)
The children dug holes, found jellyfish washed up and collected lots of sea glass for me.
If you look in the middle of this picture can you see what looks like a huge bird of prey sitting on a rock? It's actually a piece of driftwood but when I first noticed it I frightened myself silly thinking for a moment that it was in fact a huge bird - I'm talking about 5 feet high here!
I liked this shot of this big lump of wood all worn and pitted by the sea. It was rather damp too actually because I sat there for ages before I realised my bum was rather cold and wet!
As we were about to leave the beach, Lucy noticed this tree from the car window - look in the centre of the picture - doesn't it look like a body with long green legs? Spooky...
For some reason all my spacing on this post is wonky - the wierdness that is Blogger I guess.