Calm seas at Lulworth Cove

Today I'm sharing pictures from our visit to Lulworth Cove in Dorset earlier in the year. We'd cycled there after driving a short way from our holiday cottage and while I knew it was going to be pretty, I didn't realise quite how much. I also knew it would be downhill to the cove, and you know what that means, don't you? Yes, uphill all the way back. It was worth it though - and even though it was March - it was thankfully, one of the nicer days on our trip.

 JUST LOOK AT THOSE WINDOWS

JUST LOOK AT THOSE WINDOWS

It's the sort of place that will be hugely popular in the summer, and it's easy to see why.  I'm glad our visit was when it was less busy, although I didn't expect to see people in the sea. In March. In the UK.  And yes I know they are buoys in the photo below...

 BLUE SKIES, BLUE SEA AND A DINKY YELLOW BOAT

BLUE SKIES, BLUE SEA AND A DINKY YELLOW BOAT

I'm on a boat today - the MSC Preziosa at Southampton, and while I don't think it's leaving the dock, I'm hoping the sea will be as calm as this. 

 WHAT A PLACE

WHAT A PLACE

Look, there's the people in the sea - I wasn't having you on.

 THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE SEA. IN MARCH. IN THE UK. 

THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE SEA. IN MARCH. IN THE UK. 

With perhaps one or two too many photos of the picturesque bay, blue skies and a yellow boat we started our ascent and journey home and we hadn't even reached the cafe where we'd had lunch before I'd stopped to snap these wallflowers basking in the sun.

 PRETTY YELLOW WALLFLOWERS (IT WAS MARCH, SO THAT'S OK)

PRETTY YELLOW WALLFLOWERS (IT WAS MARCH, SO THAT'S OK)

There were just too pretty not to. I'm not expecting to see wallflowers today (but who knows?) - if you're interested in seeing what my day has involved then head over to see on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram - it'd be great to see you there.  

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