Dance of Blue and White

Tramore Beach, Co. Waterford
Tramore Beach, Co. Waterford

the dance of blue and white

partnership of sea and sky ~

celebratory

 

 

 

Author: socialbridge

I am a sociologist and writer from Ireland. I have worked as a social researcher for 30 years and have had a lifelong passion for writing. My main research interests relate to health care and I love to write both non-fiction and poetry.

24 thoughts on “Dance of Blue and White”

  1. We have a multitude of beaches the only thing you have to pay to park and some are for residents only..so just pulling up and taking a walk along the beach can’t be done like it use to be. In the Fall the gates are closed at one of our favorite beaches..The song that I like would be “Ebb Tide”….

    1. Hi Joni, I’m glad to say that there are relatively few beaches in Ireland where one has to pay.to park. There is a small fee per day here in Tramore from June to August during peak hours. I was dubious about it for a while but I must say that the whole beach area has been improved hugely since it was introduced with lots of work being done. I presume that the monies collected have helped towards that.
      It must be very depressing when you see those gates closing the Autumn!

  2. Beautiful – there’s nothing like that dance. I hope you’ve been able to go swimming. Still too cold here since the ocean was frozen a few months ago. 🙂

    1. Hi Sheila, yes glad to say that swimming has been very possible all year round. We had a very mild winter so the water temperatures didn’t fall very noticeably.
      Hope you can get going soon.

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