Evening Walk   3 comments

There is nothing like a walk in the evening to revive your spirits. This is from yesterday, on the beach in Burghead, looking over the Moray Firth.
On the beach in Burghead on the Moray coast

On the beach in Burghead on the Moray coast

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  1. Beautiful, what a lovely way to unwind at the end of the day.

    • Thank you, Lorna, it definitely is when you can make the time and summon the energy. Views like this make it all worth while. How are you doing, I’m afraid I haven’t had the time to keep track of everyone, but I noticed you started another blog xx

      • Thanks for asking, Sonja, I’m fine. I don’t do as much blogging as I used to but I think these things go in phases. The new blog isn’t yet quite what I want it to be, but it’s hard to find the energy and time to do much about that. Not that it’s terribly important in the great scheme of things.

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