wildwomanswimming

One woman's wild swimming adventures in the west country

Cawsand

A beautiful, February morning, dead-calm, turquoise sea and a low, winter sun gleaming through gossamer clouds just above the horizon. We swim out from the beach in glassy water over sand wrinkled by winter storms. Kelp hangs upwards. The sea chills me, but I feel the promise of spring in the sprinkling of warmth from the sun.

 

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4 thoughts on “Cawsand

  1. What a lovely and calm looking sea. Quite the opposite to what our swim was like today off the west coast Scotland – hail and a strong NW wind! But we too have signs of spring…I’m very much enjoying your blog.

  2. Spring. Please. Soon.

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