Pointe de Saire is a lovely spot for spending beach time. At low tide the collection of rock outcrops which enjoy an elevated position in relation to the rest of the beach can be explored for their strandlines and pockets of shells. I have been spending such time there since we first moved to St Vaast in 2005.
Maddy and I drove out to the point to look for shells. I hoped to share the joy of finding a wentletrap or two with her. In the event we were not lucky on this occasion, but there were certainly shells to catch the eye of Maddy’s camera. We passed a contented interlude investigating the strandlines and the small moats of water around some of the rocks there.