Which was scattered with pretty boats
The water was so clear and there were tons of people out enjoying their picnics in the sunshine. Being the lazy type of picnickers we’d brought our Tesco meal deals, though it didn’t stop me feeling a bit jealous of the people who’d had the foresight to bring their cups of tea in a thermos.
Oh well – it was really too sunny and warm for hot drinks! We sat and ate our lazy picnics on the pebbles
Skimmed some stones…
Then made our way further along the beach and up to the coast path, which gave beautiful views of a gorgeous boat passing the entrance to the cove.
We walked along to the east of Lulworth Cove, interested to see what the views would be like further on.
We could see a hint of what was to come in the distance
But nothing prepared us for the view when we got to the concrete bunker we’d been aiming for
Breathtaking views for miles! You could see the light moving over the cliffs as the clouds drifted above. It was so stunning and none of my pictures really do it justice!
Still, we tried our best to capture the moment
And sat for a brief moment watching the sunlight move over the cliffs
Before realising we’d better head back before the parking ran out. Probably a good idea as we were getting pretty tired and thirsty from the mild exertion of walking.
Back along the coast path
And down the steps to the beach
Then trudged back across the stones, remarking how walking across moving stones must be a good workout for legs. That justifies the ice cream then!
Stopped to take photos of the pretty cottages
It’s probably really weird owning a cottage like this and knowing your house is in thousands of people’s photos