There has been a lot of rubbish washed up on our beaches this summer. The same amount we’d normally get after winter storms. Some bits are more attractive than others! This lovely piece of driftwood, washed up at Black Rock beach, was stranded there on the spring tides. I returned a couple of days later, armed with a saw, to cut it into two movable-sized pieces, and they are now an ornamental feature at the front of The Beach Haven.
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