The Hayle Towans last week were possibly one of the few beaches where social distancing was not an issue. Couples and families all managing to find plenty of space on a beach that stretches for 3 miles along the coastline and on a day like this with a low tide possibly a mile wide!
Low tide when the beaches of Godrevy and Gwithian link up and you can walk across the Red River which divides the two. Taking a photograph from the top of the cliffs is a favourite of mine. I love to see the ‘ant’ people.
A coruscating sea. St Ives Bay looking across to Trencrom Hill and Carbis Bay from Godrevy Point
This young boy reminded me of my young grandson in the way he solemnly surveyed the sea on one of the coastal foggy days recently.
Whilst strolling along the cliffs at Godrevy I looked up towards the Point and noticed this person standing right on the edge of the area overlooking Mutton Cove (where the seals bask). After taking the shot I thought it was rather odd. The woman appears to have three legs. On zooming in I realise that…
Come on in, the water is beautiful… Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #9 | Action
Enjoying time down on the beach Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #5 | Blue
Al the colours of the rainbow down at the harbour in Mousehole (Mowzel). Which one do you fancy taking out onto the water?
Technically not a great or even a good photo. Captured on the move. But one of two ‘boys’ who almost didn’t make it. Big A who had a 40% chance of surviving an operation this summer and his nephew, Little L who was born 5 weeks early in 2014 and weighed a mere 1.2 kg…