Tentsmuir National Nature Reserve is just 10 minutes from home..five miles of sand dunes, and beach-walking. It's also a "geomorphological site for the study of active beach and coastal processes". Yes, there's some serious coastal "progradation" going on - the shoreline is shifting out towards and into the North Sea, and there's lots of texture to behold.
"Texture" in life is a wonderful thing...and comes from the willingness to be open to new and different experiences. Texture is the result of the ebb and flow of fresh adventures and explorations. Some may wear you down, others will build you up...but there will be the guarantee of lots of stories to tell. :)
The Tentsmuir Reserve is all about movement, change, and growth...and so, of course, is life.
Today was a frosty, sunny, "blue sky Scotland", late December day - a multi-textured experience of a unique part of this very special land.