Spindrift, Spoondrift, Spray. Silver foam. Spume. Shimmering sunlit sea. Sea fret shielding sea creatures, submerged, spinning. Sea-pools sparkling. Salty, seawater swimming; splashing. Slimy seaweed, slippery; slithering. Sea-birds strutting along the stony strand. Sea-shells sighing; singing. Silent sunsets, slipping; sliding. Soft sands shifting, Soles sinking. Sherbet sunrises skimming across the sky. Stormy seas shouting. Seals swimming; sleeping….
Yesterday I was lucky to find some sunshine amongst the showers and I also found a new walk alongside the River Hayle. You can’t quite get onto the beach from here, but it is an interesting stroll all the same and the swans seemed happy. If you would like to take an altogether different beach…
St Ives Bay from Smeaton’s Pier – late November 2019
The sea is never one colour. But in Cornish there is a single word, glas, which can capture all the colours of the water: blue, green, pale grey. [gla:z (M); glæ:z (L)] – blue, green, grey. Cornish is perhaps most closely related to Welsh and Breton languages. Omniglot
I don’t often go to the beach during the summer, but my youngest son and family paid us a visit in early July and we met up at Godrevy for lunch and a wander on the beach. It was a beautiful day with barely a whisper of a cloud in sight. Later on in the…
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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.
More ‘ant’ people and a couple of ‘ant’ dogs enjoying the sun at Porthtowan’s beach last week. And one of my favourite shots of sun sparkling on the water.