It was very frosty this morning but there was a tint in the early morning sky that drew me down to the beach here in Tramore.
There’s no where in this world that feels more like ‘my’ place and being there brings me back to childhood days with buckets and spades; summer days when it’s packed with regulars and visitors all mingling with the salty air, scent of coconut suncream, happy screams of kids as they splash in the waves; old-timers with white sun hats and a passion for ‘The Tramore Air.’
Today, there was just me, the sea and the gulls. Same place but a new day, seen through eyes that never tire.
The sea was calm but playful:
And all the while, I knew that Tramore was smiling down on me from her haunts up on the hill: