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Chasing butterflies underneath rainbows

Monday

I heard strong winds during the night, but awoke to find sunshine and a calm sea.

Anstey's Cove looked beautiful with the blue sky and pale blue/green sea, and the rocks sticking out of the sea. A rainbow then appeared, just a segment, between the rocks.
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Between Kilmorie beach and Meadfoot beach, the sea splashed up over the road. Wandered around Torquay and then briefly visited Broadsands where last February I saw a basking shark.

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Tuesday

Mothecombe Coastguards was the first beach of the day. A pretty beach with a person painting a picture of the beach. The sky and sea were bluer in the painting than reality. The bay was edged with trees.

I chased a butterfly underneath a rainbow.

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The second beach was Bantham, a much wider beach, cold and windy. I headed up from the beach and began to wander across the cliff-tops. I did not want to turn back as I was enticed by the scenery around every bend, including Thurlestone Rock. Oh, I felt delighted by this walk, wandering along the cliff tops, peering down at the rocks below and the waves.
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Hope Cove was the third beach I visited on Monday and I saw a sign for Outer Hope (straight on) and Inner Hope (left).

I drank coffee and found Outer Hope.
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That night, I went to the beach in the dark and watched the waves and the stars.


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I drank coffee and found Outer Hope.</i. \o/

I saw this sign and wanted to get a photo but it was too tricky to stop:

http://lesserspotted.myshopify.com/products/inner-hope

That's fab! Thank you for the link. I like the cap on this page too:

http://www.musiconthursdays.org/place-names.html

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