1. Oh Jude, how gorgeous!

  2. Cathy says:

    Astonishing colours!

  3. Su Leslie says:

    So beautiful Jude. Definitely more Mediterranean than any British day I remember.

    1. Heyjude says:

      The water was fabulous today too – such clear water. Took far too many photos of it!

      1. Su Leslie says:

        Envious. Auckland water never seems that clear any more.

        1. Heyjude says:

          The water here reminds me of NZ – that cloudy blue colour!

        2. Su Leslie says:

          When we were in the UK, people told us Cornwall had amazing NZ-like beaches. We only visited once and it rained for a week. We did see surfers in St Ives though — on a day so cold and miserable even the Big T’s legendary good cheer deserted him. I do wish we’d managed another visit.

  4. For me and people around me one of life’s biggest secrets – Cornwall. 🙂 Haven’t visited it yet but from all that I can see from photos, a miracle.

    1. Heyjude says:

      It certainly feels like a different country and the colours down here are spectacular.

  5. Ali, The Mindful Gardener says:

    Those colours are stunningly beautiful!

    1. Heyjude says:

      One of the reasons why I like Cornwall 🙂

  6. Lucid Gypsy says:

    Shhh stop telling people, you don’t want any more down there!

    1. Heyjude says:

      Actually, yes, you are right Gilly. Already getting busy (St Ives) but they have so many festivals nowadays! Had a fab walk on the beach yesterday at Godrevy and even there it was busy – mostly old folk like us! (Not you – I was referring to the OH and me!!)

  7. That colour is stunning & so unreal! Beautiful!

  8. Thom Hickey says:

    We were in at Ives last week. Took a boat trip out to the lighthouse. This lovely image brings it all back. Regards Thom

    1. Heyjude says:

      I have never done that. Was it fun?

      1. Thom Hickey says:

        Yes .. relaxing and good to see Seals.

        1. Heyjude says:

          I hadn’t realised the seals were still around, I usually visit them in the winter months.

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