One sunny evening, me and my sister were skateboarding along the seafront. The wind was so strong we were barely able to move forward. When we reached the Hove lawns, we gave up. We took our pennyboards and walked along the beach instead. The wind, oh my god! When we were far enough, we jumped on the boards again and let the wind to take care of us. We could just ride the board and the wind pushed us forward. It was a delightful collaboration.
When we reached the West pier, the one that is the England's second oldest and burnt in 2003 (fun fact), we got down to the beach. It was a low tide and the West pier showed us more of its foundations.
To be honest, it was one of the most loveliest moments in Brighton so far. The sound of the sea, the heavy clouds, the omnipresent seagulls and the skateboarding girls doing tricks, trying to fight the wind.
There sure will be more posts from England soon, but I am afraid a lot of them will be in English. I've decided to do it, because more and more foreign people is reading my blog and I don't want these posts to be entitled just to a certain group of readers.
Yes, there will be errors. But please, bare with me. If you want me to, I can try to write some of my posts in two languages (czech and English)... If so, write it down below in comments, so I know how you feel about all this.
Hope these changes are fine. Thank you all!
PS: You can see, that my camera is slowly but surely leaving me. It fell from tripod for about month ago and since then the focusing is a struggle.
Any advice? Do not ever buy a cheap tripod.