April 10, 2015  •  Leave a Comment



8x8 for BLOG8x8 for BLOG Our first day visiting the cool blustery English Channel. In the distance is the town of  Bognor Regis.  The pebble filled shoreline was such a drastic difference from our coast here in the Pacific Northwest.  We saw very little sand, but some of the most beautiful smooth golden hued rocks and lots of lovely little seashells.  Dad and Layne enjoyed skipping rocks across the teal green waters, while I of course captured the fleeting moments.   I could have spent days collecting rocks and shells, but transporting them home would have been quite a challenge:)  Layne and I chose just a couple of our favorites...she did lose one of her most treasured rocks, which apparently looked like it had crystals inside.  I felt sad that it had gone missing, but reminded her how special all of the stones were and so we carried those home and have placed them on our little shelf to enjoy.  Our new collect as many little rocks and shells from coastlines around the world:)


English Channel

1. (Placename) an arm of the Atlantic Ocean between S England and N France, linked with the North Sea by the Strait of Dover. Length: about 560 km (350 miles). Width: between 32 km (20 miles) and 161 km (100 miles). French name: La Manche

Bognor Regis

(ˈbɒɡnə ˈriːdʒɪs)

1. (Placename) a resort in S England, in West Sussex on the English Channel: electronics industries. Regis was added to the name after King George V's convalescence there in 1929. Pop: 62 141 (2001)


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Due to all that is taking place with the Corona Virus.  I am presently holding off on planning future photo sessions.  I trust all of you are well and i look forward to when we can create together again.  I miss so many of you.


Lisa Michele