Meon Shore


on the beachA long the coast from  Lee on the Solent  towards Southampton is Meon Shore in land is the Titchfield Haven Nature reserve. (see my previous blog). At high tide it is an area for sea fishing and dingy racing at low tide paddling, dog walking and bait digging. The pink buoy is used as a turning point for dingy racing on rare very low tides it is out of the water it is most odd to walk around it on these tides. Wind surfing and Kite surfing is also popular. The other picture are  people enjoying the shoreline.

on the beach 1off the beacha paddle with the dogwalking the dog

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