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Whilst walking on the seashore last week, looking for anything unusual that might have been left behind by the ebbing tide, I became increasingly attracted to the pebbles themselves. In fact, it was a shingle beach so the pebbles were very small – the largest not more than 3cms across – and yet the variety of shapes, colours, textures and patterns was fascinating. How easy it is to overlook the familiar!
The lighthouse pictured is La Corbière, situated at the south west tip of the Isle of Jersey. The name means ‘a place where crows gather’, but the crows have long since been displaced by seagulls.