Sunday, 2 August 2015

My Sunday Photo 02.08.15

I am really lucky living where we do in the North East as we are close to the amazing North East coastline. Last week we visited one of my favourite beaches Cullercoats in North Tyneside. I remember visiting this beach as a child and it is actually where my grandma went into labour with my mum many years ago. We had a lovely day here playing on the beach and visiting the near by park and of course having fish and chips and ice creams.



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26 comments:

  1. This is such an unusual looking beach. What a lovely capture. It's so great to have beaches close to you when you have children isn't it. x #mysundayphoto

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    1. It really is I love living close to the coast and being able to visit all year around , my toddler loves running around on the sand xx

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  2. Beautiful beach, we love the sea too!

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    1. It really is a beautiful beach, my two year old adores running around and splashing in rock pools xx

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  3. What a stunning scene, I have to visit there

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    1. Oh you really must visit sometime Cullercoats and Tynemouth are lovely area's and close to the beautiful Northumberland countryside and the city of Newcastle xx

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    1. It really is , i'm lucky to live so close to so many wonderful beaches xx

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  5. We do have the best coastline up here don't we....hehehe
    Lovely photo x

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    1. Thank you Kim, yes we really do have an amazing coastline xx

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  6. That looks like a stunning place to explore

    Thank you for linking up

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    1. Thank's for hosting. It really is such a great place to explore my girls love exploring the beach

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  7. You can see a long way from there, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

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    1. You really can , you can just see Tynemouth priory in the distance x

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  8. Looks brilliant for exploring :)

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    1. It really is , lots of caves and little coves to explore x

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  9. Ah you can't beat a trip to the seaside, Cullercoats is lovely too. Makes me miss the North East! We'll have to get a day trip to South Shields when I'm over visiting, we can eat greggs pasties on the sand x

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    1. Yes we really must have a trip to south shields when you are next over home. Haha I will bring my discount card and we can get tons of pasties and spikey mikeys . I'm taking the kids to South Shields in the holidays as they love the fair, I will take lots of photos for you xx

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  10. That is amazing coastline and I never realised the North East coast is so beautiful - sorry for my ignorance?!
    The beaches are gorgeous!
    #SundayPhoto xx

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    1. It really is such a lovely coastline. no need to say sorry I never realised how beautiful it was myself until recently. x

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  11. Looks so stunning there! Lucky indeed! #mysundayphoto

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    1. It really is stunning I am very lucky living so close xx

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  12. Lovely photo :) I love the beach, it's perfect for stress head clearing ;)

    Stevie xx

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    1. Thank you Stevie, I love the beach for clearing my head too xx

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  13. What a beautiful photos. You are very lucky indeed. xx

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    1. Thank you, I really am lucky living so close to the coastline xx

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