A still harbour, the tide has gone out and the cloudbank descends down the hillside and over the bay, covering the houses circling the harbour. Sounds are dampened coming from the shoreline.
Across the bay the headland starts to recede from view, as the harbour walls and lighthouse fade into the background. Walking over the sand rills, uneven and soft, water still drains away from the deeper gullies. Boats are stranded on the sandbank, tilted at an angle. Still green water reflects the end stone walls of the harbour pier, in the background is the silent grey form of the church spire.
Good Woman, Able to cook, clean,sew,dig worms and clean fish must have boat and outboard Engine.
Please send picture of boat and outboard engine !
‘Fisherman’s Humor’ seen on the harbour masters hut. St.Ives Harbour, Cornwall.