Stunning colours on the North Cornwall cliffs today. Here’s Watergate Bay looking sublime in the spring sunshine.
Sometimes it’s nice to see things from a different perspective. This is certainly the case in this beautiful shot of the surf rolling onto a golden beach in Newquay. 𝑃ℎ𝑜𝑡𝑜 𝑏𝑦 𝐿𝑜𝑢𝑖𝑠 𝑅𝑒𝑒𝑑
It won’t be long until the thrift sea pinks return to colour the Cornish cliffs. Can’t wait to take a colourful walk down a path like this on a better day in a few months time.
On winter days like this, it’s good to remember sunnier, warmer days in Cornwall. This is a picture of the Minack Theatre and Porthcurno beach shining in the summer sun. The Minack Theatre is an outdoor performance venue, hewn from dramatic cliff-top rocks overlooking one of Cornwall’s best beaches. It’s a magical place to watch… Continue reading Minack Theatre and Porthcurno Beach
Move over Davos… it’s Cornwall’s turn to host the G7 summit of the leaders of the world’s seven most powerful countries. The summit will be based at beautiful Carbis Bay but will impact and potentially benefit the whole country. Naturally, there are mixed feelings about hosting such a huge even at a tiny Cornish beach. Here’s… Continue reading Cornwall to Host the G7 Summit
The clear turquoise Cornish sea framed by an arch at a former tine mine engine house Wheal Coates – one of Cornwall’s most iconic landmarks.
No matter what the season, there are always waves of some shape or form to be seen in Cornwall. At this time of year, we’d expect to see ranging white water crashing onto Cornish beaches. But you do sometimes find clean, calming waves to brighten a cliff-top walk.
Even in the middle of winter, the Cornish coast can display beautifully colourful skies. it’s well worth getting up early sometimes to see the magical colours.
A calm but cold winter’s day on the Cornish coast overlooking Crantock. A serene scene as walkers flock to Pentire Headland in Newquay to enjoy the sunshine and fine views.