1. Lucid Gypsy says:

    A nice spot to blow the cobwebs away 🙂

    1. Heyjude says:

      It can get a tad breezy along here that’s for sure. Not many places to shelter unless you want to take a chance close to the cliff!

  2. Tish Farrell says:

    Love the great sweeps of tide and sand with human punctuation.

    1. Heyjude says:

      The humans seem very insignificant in this landscape or should that be seascape?

      1. Paula says:

        I call it seascape and this one is marvelous. I like Tish’s expression “human punctuation”. Brilliant!

        1. Heyjude says:

          Tish has such a way with words. No wonder she is an author!

    2. Paula says:

      Human punctuation – brilliant!!

      1. Tish Farrell says:

        Well thank you, Paula 🙂

  3. beetleypete says:

    Nothing better than a seemingly endless beach.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

    1. Heyjude says:

      One of my favourites. At least here it is never crowded!

  4. Sue says:

    A great take on ‘scale’, Jude! And lovely in monochrome…

    1. Heyjude says:

      Thank you Sue 🙂

  5. A great study in scale with the tiny humans juxtaposed against the sweeping ocean shore landscape!

    1. Heyjude says:

      Yes, it is interesting to see how small we are compared to our surroundings. How are you feeling being back home? Any more adventures planned? I see you are following Jill’s Camino de Santiago journey. I am full of admiration for her. I don’t think I could do it with the state of my feet. She has taken some amazing photos.

      1. We are just tiny dots in the larger world, aren’t we, Jude? I’m happy being back home but am wondering if something’s going to come up for the 7-week semester at VIU beginning Oct. 23. Haven’t heard anything yet, and I don’t want to write and ask because I’m very picky about what I’ll take. If nothing comes up, I’m just as happy; I will just have to forego the extra money. As for more adventures, nothing in the immediate future except maybe a day hike in the Shenandoah for fall colors and a trip to Nashville/Chattanooga, Tennessee and Pittsburgh, PA this winter (I’ve never been to either), a hoped for road trip to the Four Corners area of the Southwest in the spring, and the Camino next fall. We’ll see if I can manage all that. I can always dream. Yes, I’m full of admiration for Jill; I don’t know if my knees can handle all that walking but if I don’t do it next year, I fear I’ll be too decrepit to ever do it!

        1. Heyjude says:

          Sounds like an interesting year whether or not you get work. I must admit I do not miss teaching in the slightest.

  6. Elizabeth says:

    A wonderful shot. I can remember how that foam feels looking at the photo.

  7. How I miss Cornwall! Your photo brings all the happy memories back to me. Thank you.
    I’m following Jill too- what an inspiration!

    1. Heyjude says:

      Hi HH. Glad you are enjoying my Cornish posts, and yes, Jill is such an inspiration – though I fear it is too late for me to consider such a trek.

      1. Me too sadly! Walking the dog twice a day leaves me drained! But I’m grateful that I can do that!
        We came to Porthtowan this year for a week and it was wonderful as always, but the weather wasn’t brilliant.

        1. Heyjude says:

          Spent a couple of days at Porthtowan, one was lovely, but the other was wet! Good food at Blue Bar though 🙂

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