Apologies and Beach Huts
Firstly, I must apologise for my almost three month absence! I have been in the process of moving from the New Forest to South Wales. At last I am finally settled in and ready to get back to work.
The first number of blog posts following this one will be catching up, with visits to attractions taken way back in April - I didn't quite realise how much of my time would be consumed by moving!
So to the actual content of this post...
I visited Hengistbury Head, near Bournemouth on the South Coast of England, at the end of April this year. A place I hadn't visited in over ten years, although fairly local to where I lived. The scenery was just as I remembered it - pretty damn stunning! The beach huts there are to die for, however at the price of a house (or in some cases, dearer) I do not plan on investing in one anytime soon.
Here are a selection of photographs, along with one paper cut of one of the beach huts that inspired me the most, due to its distinctive features.
|Beach hut, with my paper cut interpretation|
|Close up of my beach hut paper cut|
|All of the colourful beach huts|
|Looking west toward Bournemouth and Poole|
|I'm glad he likes taking photos as much as I do, otherwise he could get rather bored!|
|Waves against the rock groynes|
If you would like any further information about Hengistbury Head, please visit the website below:
Thanks for reading.