The afternoon is spent walking the 'Craggy Shaw'. A beautiful coast line where the sea stretches out into the Atlantic. The shore is made up of stones and boulders of Limestone impregnated with marks of crustacean from 1000's of years ago. The whiteness of these rocks present an uplifting sense of place. The sea is turquoise blue in parts. Wild flowers of which there are many and some unknown to me grow set back from the immediate shore line. The day is hot with a cool breeze; perfect weather to be walking in.
I feel at home when by the sea, I feel free and able to clear my head. I am particularly drawn to this coastal periphery. Green agricultural land I see, view, work from on a daily basis at home but the coast is a fresh source of inspiration I feel I need to embrace.