4 Aug 2014

sea glass

 Katie came to stay and we took the train to the seaside and basically willed the sun into coming out long enough for us to go in the water. The beach in North Queensferry is so covered in sea glass you don't even have to look for it, just pick up a handful of beach and you've got lumps as big as your eye of bottles and pottery, periwinkles and mussel shells. The rocks are all covered in bright yellow and orange algae that forms these circular patterns like wallpaper in the 70s. There's a house on a clifftop that I would one day like to own.

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