Friday 11th March 2016
Max and I were later with our walk this morning, as always on a Friday, as I did my grocery shopping before I took him out. It was a lovely sunny morning and we went down to the Baiter and Whitecliff Park.
The strip of land between the Baiter and Whitecliff Park is all scrubby grass, but at certain times of the year you can find flowers growing in small patches there, and at this time of the year it is the turn of the daffodil.
When we got to Whitecliff Park this was the view over the yacht club.
Max wasn’t interested in the view though. He hopped over the wall and waited for me to throw something for him. Either that or he was playing peek-a-boo.
We had a quick play there and then headed back along the path towards the Baiter where we had a proper game of cone on the beach.
We continued along to the Baiter slipway where I loved the bright green of the seaweed that had washed up.
We turned across the Baiter and headed back to the car. Max managed to get covered in mud en route, but luckily there was a big puddle in the car park along Newfoundland Drive. I liked the tree reflected in it and thought it worked well in black and white.
And so back to the car via Poole Cycle Speedway track, which has this graffiti on the wall.
It had been a nice walk on a lovely sunny morning.