Little Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall
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.
There are some truly beautiful places to visit in England that often get overlooked I think, and every time I visit Cornwall, there is something beautiful to notice, no matter what the weather.
I took this picture on a recent visit, whilst walking on a trail over looking this beautiful beach. I sat on a wooden bench that was placed there in memory of someone, and read, “Sit a while, look out to sea, look and smile, remember me” which made me stop for a second and take in the view.
I managed to take a few pictures of several flowers that I saw on the path (but don’t know their names really! Apart from the yellow one which is Gorse flower perhaps?)
Gorse Flower, looking through to Mawgan Porth
Pink flowers near Mawgan Porth beach in Cornwall
There are often people surfing down on the beach, as it is relatively quiet and easy to learn there as you can go in waist deep. The tide changes the look of it quite dramatically. I’ve been quite a few times now, and if anyone wants to have a go at surfing on a family holiday or with friends, I know who to speak to, to arrange it… 🙂
Cream flowers at the side of the path
Lots more to be said about this area…