I like your photos Sally. I wonder what "natter" means? Does it mean something like mindless chatter? Where you just talk about things to be talking. It would be akin to asking someone how they are and not stopping to listen to the answer. You have waves and we have cornfields. What a difference.
Hi Abe....yes, natter just means to chat without much purpose - but you do listen and react to the other.
I hope you caught a few waves too. Can one natter, or chin-wag, as well as surf?
I bet this bronzed bloke had a lot of fun. The waves in the background look like quite pretty exciting. Wish I were there!These are great photos Sally.
Thank you Sally for visiting my newest ( "La donna è mobile" ) blog, but not last, if I will live still few years :))It`s easy to believe,that this fellow has been in the sunshine all day long, perhaps two!!And I am thinking, how could I find more cheerful pictures, but not yet. People are wearing the thick clothes and so on.. , but next week is warmer, it have to be . . .
Sally, "a bit of a natter"--what a great phrase. I pick up so many interesting things while blogging. Have to try it out on my DH (dear husband ...or, depending upon one's mood). Your photos make me sigh; bronze bodies are so wonderful!!
Perhaps, Kate, provided they don't lead to skin cancer? Sadly, though, in Australia now they tend to be overweight more so than was once the case.
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