Secret Fishing Spot ~ #whatif prompt 2.10.18

Wow, Karen definitely challenged me with this one: I do not like fishing and am stopping to eat fish even though I like it. But it looks to me like fish are eating too much of the plastic that we thoughtlessly let swim in the sea so I am put off a little.

But we know a spot which is sort of secret and there are fishermen around regularly: Trimmingham Beach where we walk the dog as often as we can.

Thinking about it: We actually sort of fish there. But for fossils and not for something to eat ;-). So here are some photos for today’s post. I have put a description for visually impaired readers underneath each picture. Each picture is from one month this year starting in February.

waves seen from just over the sand of the bach. Some stones on beach. Very light blue sky with clouds.


From bottom to top of picture: grass, sandy beach, brownish sea with white foam on waves, light blue nearly cloudless sky
Grey sea with white foam seen from up the cliff. To the right, you see a little of the beach and overhead is cloudy sky.
Our black greyhound Sherky looks along the beach on a sunny day. Sea to the right, wooden sea defence to the left and deep blue sky overhead with white clouds.
overgrown sand cliff behind beach and wooden sea defence. Light blue sky and little white clouds.
blueish grey sea over which a row of clouds stretches along the picture. Over all these a light blue sky
Wooden sea defence reaching into sea. Beach with stones around it as it is low tide. Sky over with clouds.
rocks in front of sea

My entry for #whatif prompt 2.10.18 over at Karen’s “What if we all cared”. Here are her suggestions on how to take part:

Feel free to respond in your favorite way whether it be a poem, short story, photo, video . . however you best relate to the prompt. Simply post your ideas, create a ping-back and use the hashtag #whatif.

2 thoughts on “Secret Fishing Spot ~ #whatif prompt 2.10.18

    1. Thank you very much. Yes, it is gorgeous and not particularly known because the road that leads down is rather hidden. We are grateful for finding this hidden gem just around the corner every time we’ll go down 😊

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