#ScenicSaturday 09/July/22

Safe behind the ancient barrier of stone, small boats rest on coastal mud in Staithes harbour on the North Yorkshire coast. But, as sea level rises over coming years, will they be forever safe? Will increased water volume break and overwhelm such old defensive walls? Perhaps, if we act right now to reduce our damaging effect on our environment, such questions will be no longer needed.


Daily posts on natural beauty are hard to sustain if I’m to get on with my normal writing, so I’ve opted for a weekly one. Sometimes, they’ll include sympathetic built structures, and sometimes I’ll add words. I hope you’ll continue to comment, like, and share so we spread the joy of natural beauty to as many people as possible. It just might persuade some to join the cause and fight to stop the coming climate emergency and species extinction.


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    1. There is, or was at the time I took this photo, Noelle, a lovely little tea-room cafe overlooking the coast from a little further back. We had tea and some wonderful home-made scones with strawberry jam and cream as I recall.


    1. There are, Lynette. Can they be persuaded, perhaps aiming at their self-interest, in time to stop the worst effects of global warming? I don’t know. But I feel I must at least try.

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