Actually I'm not sitting down but standing on the promenade gazing out to sea. To my right is North Pier with quite a few people taking a walk down to the end.
Turning round anti-clockwise I can see the end of the pier and the tide is in. It's quite high today. I think it's called a Spring Tide which occurs after a full or new moon when there is the greatest difference between high and low water.
Round a bit further and the blue sky and cloud formations can be seen a little better.
The sun is shining through the clouds onto the water making it shimmer.
This is the closest I could get to this seagull who was also gazing out to sea.