Last week on the beach at Challaborough, the January sunlight was weak and watery-yellow over the sea. It created a pretty cool atmosphere. There was no one on the beach other than the Coleshedders (should that be ColeSheddites?). We stood and watched with the low sun glinting across over the breaking waves which were foaming up the beach.
Infact the waves were very foamy. The foaminess followed high winds earlier in the week; and was presumably caused by stuff* churned up by the storms. (*stuff=organic matter. Now you know.)
Enjoy the photos: several welly-fulls of seawater were suffered as a consequence.