The mornings aren’t too dark yet… beautiful Mawgan Porth.
Heres some pictures of Mawgan Porth from the weekend – I caught some shots of The Surf Club Cornwall giving a surf lesson to a very determined youngster despite the bitterly cold wind! This is one of my favourite beaches.
As the sun was setting on my way home from work the other week, I had to stop to take this photo – such lovely blues coming out from the water and an ominous sky. This is how The River Gannel can look at high tide 🙂
Little Fistral beach in Newquay 🙂
I can imagine sitting here, reading a book whilst taking in the ocean.
It’s a lovely spot, and not often busy despite the footprints you can see, so you can often find a moment here to yourself.
Even though this image is still, you can sense the movement of the sea.
A welcome sunny day during a pretty chilly February in Cornwall so far!
I did stop during my run to take these pictures, so the aim of the run wasn’t to hit a fastest time! But it was so sunny, surprisingly warm and it wouldn’t have been right not to capture the day…
I’ve used the Amaro Instagram filter on a few of these images. The others are without any filters.
There have been quite a few stormy days down in Cornwall over the past week – our flat has been shaking slightly, and the windows have had a beating with torrential rain, a part of someone’s roof came off nearby! But I wanted to share some images we’ve taken. There is beauty in the most dramatic weather…
This new video by The Bedruthan Steps Hotel shows the hidden secrets of Mawgan Porth and brings back the nostalgia of childhood holidays by the sea… There is a glimpse into the Wild Swimming adventure that The Surf Club Cornwall offer at the hotel, and that’s where you will see some shots of me featuring in the film! 🙂
If this doesn’t tempt you to visit, nothing will…
Click here to see it: The Bedruthan Steps Hotel