Posted by: wildswimmers | September 28, 2015

Supermoon skinny dipper eclipsed by LED hooper

My harvest supermoon skinny dip took place on a sublimely peaceful and magical evening.  It was bright as day as I walked down to the sea, watched by sheep gazing out of the misty field.  The glittering moonbeams across the bay were mesmerising to watch, the sea was warm and I felt quite safe in the shallow clear water.   Later on we warmed up by doing some hula hooping, coached by my sister Ailsa, who wanted to try out her new LED hula hoop.  ‘Twas an evening of interesting light effects!



  1. Completely amazing photos! What a fabulous post that is…!

    Sent from my iPad



  2. Love the moon scribbles on the water 🙂


  3. Light up hula hoops?! Mind blown.
    Wish I’d thought to swim during that moon…Looks like a fun time.


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