This was Mablethorpe on the Lincolnshire coast on Sunday. It was just 5C here, at least 10C cooler than just a few miles inland and most of the rest of the country, where the sun was shining in a cloudless blue sky.
Sorry it was cool and misty on the shore but it makes for a fab photo.Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave
It is excellent. It almost looks like a sand storm.
If I remember, isn't it Mablethorpe where the tide goes out for miles and miles? Perhaps I'm confused, but I have childhood memories of somewhere like this. We used to stay in a caravan at Ingoldmells (Skeggy) every year! Great pic of that confounded sea fret.
It wasn't too bad being cold - the forecast accurately predicted it. The temp was a little lower than expected but I always have an extra layer or 2 when going to the East Coast as there's often a cool wind off the sea there.The tide does go out quite a way at Mablethorpe, but I'd say Cleethorpes is best known for endless mud flats at low tide! This whole area is classic Lincolnshire holiday coast.
Ah yes...Cleethorpes. That's the place. :-)
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