Pagham Harbour, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, 16th April 2017

Swan lake

During the Easter holidays, we had Adonis’s family around and, as the weather was sunny and warm, we took this opportunity to show them a bit of our local natural beauty.

Pagham Harbour is a bird sanctuary and nature reserve just a couple of miles from our house and one of our favourite areas for a morning stroll and and spot of bird watching on a Sunday morning, popular with the young and the old, walkers and dogs.

My sister-in-law, Jacqueline, had left her phone behind and borrowed mine to take a few shots of this enchanting place and I thought it would be nice to share her photos with my readers, as I think she definitely has an artistic eye.  I hope you enjoy them.

A man and his dog taking a breather and enjoying the scenery




Reeds swaying in the wind
You can’t beat a few tulips outside a flint wall
A quintessential English cottage with thatched roof

5 thoughts on “Pagham Harbour, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, 16th April 2017

  1. Thank you, Darlene. It was a bright and sunny Easter Sunday morning and the scenery was just lovely, as ever. Glad you liked the photos. I can’t take any credit for them as they were taken by Jackie, but when I saw them on my mobile, I just knew I had to share them.


    1. Isn’t it just lovely? We have put our house on the market now and are waiting to sell. We hope to get away by mid July, whether we have sold it or not. The plan is to travel in Europe for a year, spending the winter in southern Spain, Portugal and Morocco before we make any decisions regarding what type of property to buy and where. Qué será será…


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