My husband and his camera went out at dawn today, and so I took my walk much earlier. Looking out I saw that the sea mist had come inland - but the sun was trying to get through so I decided to set off anyway.
I encountered even fewer people than previously, and found the enclosing low light brought out various attractive atmospheric elements.
When I reached the coastal path I could hear the sea as well as the high pitch of the fog horn which had accompanied me from the house (I was brought up with the words fog horn meaning a raucous smoker's deep throaty kind of sound - it is clean and electronic now), but no seagulls, no bird song or cries at all. It was interesting trying to work out what kind of waves were splashing about just from their sound.
The warm weather has brought out the flowers in the garden of the cottage.
And I finally got round to taking a photo of the gypsy caravan opposite - it belongs to the Gypsy Caravan B&B.