They Are Going To Get Wet

I don’t know if it’s because we are an island nation but we British do love the water. Get a nice hot sunny day and people will go for a paddle at the beach. The really brave will go swimming, even if the water is cold. Watersports abound. I have lost count of the number... Continue Reading →

Gone Fishin’

This weekend Flood Alerts have been issued for coastal areas in North Wales and other parts of the country. Natural Resources Wales has issued 10 flood alerts, warning of dangerous conditions that could breach sea and river defenses. Higher than normal tides, the biggest for two decades, will combine with unsettled weather to batter our... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Community

On the 5th December 2013 a high spring tide, combined with a storm surge and gale force winds overwhelmed the sea defences along parts of the North Wales coast. It has been 20 years since this area last experienced flooding and whilst not on the scale of the storm that caused so much damage in... Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit

As soon as I saw this weeks challenge I knew which photograph I was going to use. Here's the background. Our stretch of the coast has beautiful flat sandy beaches with sand dunes behind On the 26 February 1990, a combination of high tides and extreme weather broke through the sea defences causing flooding, resulting... Continue Reading →

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