Sometimes you don’t need words

10 beautiful miles along the cliffs in bright sunshine. No pain in foot tho chest still lurgied. Can’t complain about what running gives you …. except crap photographs …. I suck at photographs. These are the best of a blurry bunch.

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Monknash to Marcross
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Marcross Lighthouse in the distance
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Marcross lighthouse up close
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View from Atlantic College to Llantwit
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Unfotunately the roads are paved with leaves not gold

 

 

 

Ephemiralisimo

Continuing yesterdays theme of made up words that arent and the nature of ephemerality todays run at the beach saw a low tide to explore. Over seven miles I took a poke around at things you can only see a few times a day if the tides are low enough.

On running matters it feels now like 7 or 8 miles is an “easy” run, the usual first few miles of meh I’m not feeling this and then into The Flow (TM Sergei)¬† So I’m guessing I’m slowly progressing even if I have no measurements.

So today I found the following things only seen around low tide

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#spottedtherock  You can only see these two at low tide. Nothing special about them but I like the feng shui!
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Seaweed! I keep meaning to bring a knife and big bag down with me to gather some to make some laver bread … but I always forget until I see it
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#spottedthecave¬† This is gouged into the base of Witches Point so only visible at low tide. I’ll have to have a nose up there one day
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At low tide you get the widest expanses of sand to run on
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Friendship however is not ephemeral. I met my buddies again who gave each other a nuzzle and nibble
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Can you see the stealth heron?