Bright Sky… Dirty Sea

I’ve noticed, since we’ve moved to the Irish Sea coast, that the slightest storm will churn up the sediment on the sea bottom. The water is very often murky. I think it has to do with a few contributing factors. The shallowness of the sea and the narrowness of the Irish Sea channel between Ireland and the UK. I’m sure the rate of new water into the flow is so low that it never really flushes out the channel. So, as hard as we try to take blue sky, blue sea photos… it’s just not possible that often!

PS – Just by the way… don’t quote me… I may be talking the biggest load of porkies ever!

PPS – Anyway, happy Monday… make the most of the chances coming your way this week. Me? I’m going to take my own advice, that’s a promise!

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3 Responses to Bright Sky… Dirty Sea

  1. Sallyann says:

    The sea and the harbour here in Weymouth are not yet recovered from the storms, but it’s nice to see some people around here seem to care and Ma Nature is getting a little help from us mere mortals. 😊

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  2. perdebytjie says:

    Ten minste is die lug pragtig blou!


  3. HesterLeyNel says:

    Ons see lyk so wanneer die riviere afkom. Dan spoel daar so baie sand en ander gemorsies rond dat jy liewer uit die water bly vir ‘n dag of twee.


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