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North Sea White Beach
The first snow this winter! I can’t believe it! Five days ago, I still ate lunch in the sunshine wearing no more than a light cardigan, and today, everything is covered in snow. I still have to get used to the new white view when I look out of my window. That’s for sure.
It’s already a while ago that I spent a wonderful weekend at the Frisian North Sea with my beloved mother. Today feels like the perfect day to cast my mind back to this cold, yet sunny day in a scenery of white sand, sweet-smelling dunes and deep blue water. As a child, the sea right on the doorstep didn’t mean that much to me – since it was always there and I didn’t know it any other way. I simply took it for granted. Actuallly, I couldn’t imagine how life was even possible without living by the shore. Up to the present day, I always feel kind of claustrophobic when I know that the sea is more than 50 km away. I don’t like to be encircled by land since I miss the endless horizon. Nevertheless, as a child, I often found it quite boring to go for long beach walks in autumn and winter: It was somehow unspectacular (too cold to go swimming) and sometimes quite muddy, too. Plus, the tides seemed to be unpredictable at the mudflats. Did you know that the extreme tides are typical for the Wadden Sea which covers the coastline from Holland, Northern Germany up to Southern Denmark?
Today, I can’t imagine anything better than sitting on rough white beaches all day long and listening to the waves and their endless circle of attraction and repulsion – whatever season it may be.