Cape Cornwall National Trust Coastal Walk After working all day we were greeted by a super sunny evening… now what to do? We haven’t been to Cape Cornwall – St Just for some time – grabbed the cameras and off we set! We were so pleased when we arrived, just […]
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Catching today’s sunrise at Mousehole After checking the weather report last night an early start for today was decided. Alarm clock set for 4:30am and up and out by 5am. Heading over to Mousehole from St Ives we stopped briefly at Newlyn to catch this view across to St Michael’s […]
A day exploring the south coast of West Cornwall We headed out early and made our way to Kynance Cove and on our walk down to the sea we met this handsome chappy. Luckily the cafe has now re-opened so we had a welcome coffee with a very hazy view […]
One of our favourite walks has to be Gwithian beach across to Godrevy or vice versa. We get the joy of seeing St Ives from a distance and to see the landmark Godrevy lighthouse in its full glory. We spent over an hour watching the white horses riding in across […]
What a Winter’s day! Blue skies and almost no wind… a drive from St Ives to Zennor and beyond was in order. We stopped off at several places along the way, but it was Carn Galver that got us snapping. Who can resist the Cornish granite against that beautiful sky […]