Our proposed house-move to the sea is *still* in the "proposed" stage, so we drove to Broomhill Sands today to walk by the sea.
It was odd seeing snow on the beach, seashells just look WRONG in the snow!
Weirdest of all was seeing the tideline in snow, in the next photo you can see the wavy line where the sea reached. I don't understand why the snow hasn't melted. The council puts salt and sand on the roads to clear the snow - and surely seawater is salty? Why hasn't it melted? Where's Professor Brian Cox when I need him to explain stuff?