A wonderful assortment of pebbles with different sizes, shapes, colours and patterns is found on the beach at Budleigh Salterton in Devon, UK. The variety is mostly easily discovered where the stones are wet – although there is a distinct risk of getting your feet wet when viewing and photographing them right on the edge of the shore where the pebble beach slopes steeply into the breaking waves.
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3 Replies to “Pebbles at Budleigh Salterton Part 2”
Yes, that is so right.
There seem to be what the Americans term ‘sneaker’ waves that appear from nowhere with some force. I got really soaked several times.