All posts tagged: Sea side

space

relationships / Unexpected

A friend has offered me her space on the Sussex coast while she and her partner are travelling. A space with a cabin and a caravan, chicken and greenhouses, fruit trees and wood pigeons, a kitchen and WiFi. A space to escape from a hectic summer with a few blows – the shock of Brexit, the discomfort of a back injury, the uncertainties of my relationship that’s now come to a sudden full-stop in mid-air. […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

adventure this week i took time to read: to travel into the desert, laugh about peacocks and fall in love with coyotes. and then i also took time to go to the sea, enjoy the abundance of space and the wildness of the waves. here’s what I’ve decided: the very least you can do in your life is to figure out what you hope for. and the most you can do is to live inside […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

odds This past week has been oddly relaxing for me – odd because at this time of year the majority of people around me are madly busy with last x-mas preparations and end of the year activities when I’ve had little urgent work to do, lots of free evenings and in fact 4 peaceful days in Leiston (on the Suffolk coast) last weekend. I found being in Leiston also quite odd actually: I mean, how […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

clarity yes, this is another picture from leigh-on-sea. and yes, i did end up there again only a week after my last trip. however, this time as part of our deep:black team visioning day. a day spent on the snowy marshes, in the shelter of the ruins of Hadleigh Castle and in a snug pub where we quickly covered our table with post-it-notes, felt pens, stickers and silver stars (left over from Christmas). while we […]

pic of the week

Weekly photo blog

freya For about 2 weeks I had this craving for the sea, to the point that I even dreamt of jogging on the beach the other night. So last weekend I decided to venture out – given that I also had craving for a sleep-in I went for the quick option, the Thames Estuary, and ended up in Leigh-on-Sea. I had been there before so knew what to expect and enjoyed the surreal mix of […]