It’s been like summer here in Fuengirola. I’ve been trying to spend as much time outside as I can. This afternoon, I managed to get in an hour on the beach — walking, lying in the sand, splashing in the water, and discovering more sea glass.
Never big on “selfies,” I took one to send to the Dowager Duchess (which I immediately emailed from the beach). But then I spotted my shadow in the surf and I got a better idea. An idea that could easily become an obsession.
There was an American writer named Djuna Barnes, active in the 1920s and 1930s, who said: “A man is whole only when he takes into account his shadow.”
(Click any image to cast a giant shadow.)
I know it’s only a shadow.
But it’s all mine!