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Beautiful World: The Sea

By Kittyfairy @KittyFairy
I have to admit that I'm not really a huge lover of beaches. I've never been on a "beach" holiday, and to be honest, it's never really appealed. I hate the feeling of sand between my toes, and I can think of a load of other ways I'd rather be spending my holiday doing, than sat on a beach - maybe I'm weird, I dunno.
But, it's true that there is always something so incredibly alluring about the Sea. I mean, look at the image below...what's not to love about it?
Beautiful World: The Sea Source: via leni on Pinterest
There's something so calming, and serene about the sea. Just sitting and listening to it gently lapping on the sand, or watching it clap ferociously against rocks. It's mesmerising, beautiful and at times scary, all at the same time.
On a recent holiday to Wales, I spent my final day paddling in the sea at Black Rock Sands, something that I've not done since I was a very young age, and I have a feeling that the last time I paddled was ironically on that beach. In a way, the sea has always scared me a little, because even though it can be so peaceful, there's also that knowledge of the sheer power the sea has. A power that can destroy as much as it can cleanse.
It's not that I've avoided paddling, as such, but I will confess that those hours spent walking along, jumping over waves and splashing around have to have been the most carefree fun I've had in a long time. I felt truly happy and completely at peace with myself and everything around me.  It's like nothing else in the world mattered, and it was an incredibly "freeing" feeling.
I've certainly gained a renewed appreciation for the sea and its mysteries.
Do you have fond memories of time at the Sea?  Where is the most beautiful Sea that you've ever seen.

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