Photo montage of assorted pics that have not appeared in any of this year’s blogs. Browse and enjoy.
But first listen to the spooky, deathly, grim reaper-type bell on the excellently named Udder Rock buoy off Lansallos in South Cornwall:
Prinsendam cruise ship in Fowey in May,
and an even bigger one, the Europa 2, in early September.
Superb beach for a tea break. Great Perhaver near Gorran Haven:
Gorran Haven, picture perfect Cornish fishing village
but with hot competition only a few miles away in the shape of Mevagissey:
Charlie and James speeding in the Gumotex Solar at Maidencombe,
while Peggy and Becky cruise under the Torridge bridge:
Paul is a bit further upstream by the Old Bideford Bridge:
The south Cornwall seals put on a fantastic show:
but it’s great to see the less obvious wildlife gems from the kayak seat too:
The Eddystone light lures me offshore,
while the seas down at Land’s End are forever restless:
A rare swell-free spell allowed a bit of exploration along the (usually) savage Hartland heritage coast in North Cornwall.
Now autumn is knocking on the door, it’s easy to forget how warm and sunny summer was, and how exceptionally clear the sea was this year:
Don’t forget the dazzling dolphins:
That’s it for now. Part 2 soon.