Beach Labyrinth

 

We have had such a glorious weekend here in Dorset, dry, sunny and with little or no wind – after the wash out that was August, the county was a real holiday mood. After a walk on the heath we headed for the beach.labyrinth

The tiny gritty pebbles of Burton Bradstock beach are no good for building castles or dragons, but a labyrinth can be created almost anywhere
edwalking

After a few walks round, the boys ran it – children nearly always do. Then it was my sister’s turn whilst the boys went back to enjoy the wavessnlabyrinthlittle bro wonders which way to go next, looking a bit Christopher Robin-ish
little bro

whilst Great Aunt Sue soaked up the sun and sight of the sea to remember once she gets back to the city
looking out to sea

What a tonic!

If you want to see some truly amazing sand art go to Marc Treanor’s Facebook page. Here is just one example of the beautiful designs he creates on Welsh beaches.0,0s390x258He is bringing out a calendar for 2016 shortly.

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14 responses to “Beach Labyrinth

  1. Nice photos Daffy,and lovely beach 🙂

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  2. Chris used to make labyrinths on beaches. Oh fun and cool photos.

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  3. How lovely to enjoy a late summer at the beach – no such luck here I’m afraid so quite envious!

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  4. What fun! Super weekend.

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