A Winter’s Beach

One would think that a trip to the beach is more of a summer event.  But, honestly, I think a winter’s beach is even more captivating.  Chillier, yes, but worth it.

Last weekend when Michael and I escaped to Oceanstone Seaside Resort {which you can read about HERE } we spent some time on the beach below our cottage. It was cold out but with mitts and a toque, we were just fine.  I, of course, ended up carrying my mitts a lot so I could use my camera and capture some of the beauty I found on the beach that morning.  Pictures to share with you, of course!

I’m always amazed at the variety of geography that makes up our province.  The beaches on the North Shore are very different from the beach at Oceanstone.  Ours are sandy, whereas this was made up of small pebbles and big rocks.  And different seaweeds, too.  But enough about that, here’s a whole series of pictures to show you just how pretty it was!

See?  Isn’t it beautiful?  I love everything coated in a layer of ice, like it’s protecting it from the harshness of winter.

To be continued,


  • Pamela Gordon - February 1, 2018 - 1:15 pm

    Wow. I love these photos, Lori. So many pretty colours. I’ve never walked on a beach in winter (well, I did at Myrtle Beach one April lol). It would be fascinating and I love beach combing looking for shells and beach glass.ReplyCancel

    • lori@farmfreshstyle.ca - February 1, 2018 - 2:36 pm

      I’m a total beach comber, too! I can’t NOT look for beach glass! ReplyCancel

  • Cathy - February 2, 2018 - 6:36 pm

    Wow beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Rose - February 4, 2018 - 4:10 am

    Gorgeous pics, Lori! I do think Winter really is the prettiest season!ReplyCancel

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