Not many people are getting to the beach these days, but I live right next to it (in fact I can see the sea from my living room window). It’s strange to live in a tourist town when there are no tourists. You’re allowed to walk on the beach, but no sunbathing, no picnics, no travelling from outside the area. Suddenly my usually uncool activity of “walk along the beach alone and look at some rocks a bit and then walk back” is the only one allowed or recommended.
This beach is the opposite direction from the town centre, and is where you go to get away from crowds of daytrippers in the summer. On the day I took these photos earlier this week the sun was out, but there was also a fierce wind. For most of the walk I was totally alone.
This park would normally be full of children. The reason you should not bring a large boat up to the shore at low tide. Strata. Shark! (Technically)
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