Saturday, February 16, 2008

Wind against tide

These waves might be small and perfectly formed but they are good examples of a classic.

If it were a boat it would be made of wood and probably commissioned by Sir Thomas Lipton, if it were a car it would probably have been driven by Inspector Morse.

It is of course that old favourite wind against tide, in this case the out-going tide battling against an easterly wind.

It is no excuse for not going on the water, as this brave dinghy sailor shows:

What the photo can't show is that today's easterly wind is bitingly cold.

However tempting it might look I'm not going to be joining him.

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