At the end of the holidays we headed off for a sunset dinner at West Witterings Beach. Packing up the cooked sausages, flask of tea and some tasty nibbles!
Check the parking costs and times before you visit but the time we visited it was only £3 parking after 5pm. Timing it perfectly we arrived a 1 minute past five, missing the rush hour traffic too.
Setting up our area the kids quickly ran off to start digging in the sand and best of all burying each other in the sand!
The downside with West Witterings is it’s always windy! I don’t think I’ve ever been here when it’s not been windy!! We now have a wind breaker which is perfect for here.
West Witterings is a large beach and when the tide is out the water is pretty far out. It also means that there is a large area of beach that isn’t deep at all. With the sun on the water warming it up, the girls happily played in the water. Splashing, riding the waves and just sitting chatting with the waves crashing against them!
These girlies just embrace life so well, they love to be outside and I don’t think anyone couldn’t have smiled that them in this water. They were so happy in there and I wish it was right on our doorstep.
Sofia loved the water crashing against her!
I adore the sunsets at West Witterings. The sunsets right over the water and the golden light is amazing.
This made me laugh, as the girls came back onto the beach to warm up with their hot chocolate they chilled out with the Christmas mugs with the sun setting!
This is such pretty sunlight to photograph and off I went to have a play with what I could get. It’s not something I have done much of but I think I need to do more!
When the kids saw what type of images I was taken we had great fun together capturing some silhouette shots which the sun was setting. It went down very quickly and you don’t have much time!
And then that was it, the sun was set and our evening was finished at West Witterings.
Tip, make note of when the gates shut at West Wittering too!