Kites In The Harbour

I watched recordings of World Cup rugby matches, last night between Fiji and Uruguay; today between Italy and Canada, and between England and USA.

Early this evening Jackie drove us to Mudeford and back.

The oyster shells arranged around a beech tree in The Oaks on Lymington Road, Highcliffe revealed themselves to be a ring of fascinating tree fungus.

Beneath louring skies,

aboard choppy waves spray-soaked,

wet-suited, windsurfers strutted their stuff, while

kite surfers preferred the more sheltered harbour.

A lone little egret picked its way along the shallows.

This evening we dined on Jackie’s deliciously authentic tender lamb jalfrezi and savoury rice garnished with fresh coriander with which she drank Hoegaarden and I finished the Saint-Chinian.

Published by derrickjknight

I am a septuagenarian enjoying rambling physically and photographing what I see, and rambling in my head as memories are triggered. I also ramble through a lifetime's photographs

71 thoughts on “Kites In The Harbour

      1. Sometimes in the midst of a hiccup attack subscriptions are changed – or fall off altogether. It happens to me quite often. I think folk aren’t posting, but then it appears I’ve unsubscribed from them. And then sometimes when the problem of not receiving posts persists I’ve found if I unsubscribe and resubscribe all is well again.

    1. I’ve done windsurfing and it’s all grand until the sail gets into the water after a spill (of which I had myriad). Trying to get that water-soaked sail out of the water had me trying a different sport right quick.

  1. Whenever I see kites, I get all excited and feel like a little kid again! πŸ™‚
    Beautiful photos, Derrick! Definitely a reminder that the wind and waves are a boon to some…and a bane to others. πŸ˜€
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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