Hell’s Mouth to Portreath

Hell’s Mouth Heading past the Godrevy lighthouse peninsula the road follows the rugged coastline to Portreath, stopping at Hell’s Mouth café we peer over the cliffs edge to see the gaping Hell’s Mouth jagged rocks below. The road runs parallel to the cliffs, the landscape disappears over the cliffs to our left, it’s a rugged… Read More

Sennen Cove

Sennen Cove is near Land’s End on the west coast of Cornwall, facing out into the Celtic Sea and just along the coast from Cape Cornwall. A steep road brings us down to the shoreline, then twists through the village to the rear car park, not much room left today. An art gallery situated in… Read More

Porthmeor Beach

Clodgy Point Porthmeor Beach is the surfing beach in St.Ives, facing North towards the open Celtic Sea, it is an area often hit directly by storms during the winter from which the town is protected. The western headland to the beach is part of the South West Coastal Path which dips and climbs the rugged… Read More

Gweek to Coverack Cove

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary The Cornish Seal Sanctuary, in Gweek  close to Helston, is on the southern coast of Cornwall. Rescued seals from the Cornish coast are allowed to  recuperate at the sanctuary before being released back into the wild. We wander the through the park which overlooks the estautry of Gweek, stopping to  watch the… Read More

St. Ives Harbour

St.Ives Harbour Taken during an early morning walk down to the Harbour in St.Ives, I followed the slowly receding tide. The Sunlight casting  reflections in the pools of water surrounding the stranded fishing boats, tilted and tied to their moorings.  Wandering between the boats which a couple of hours before were floating in the bay its… Read More

Logan Rock, Treen

Logan Rock On the south coast Treen is one of my favorite places to visit. From the village a walk across the fields leads to  Logan Rock which juts out into the sea. On the approach the sentinels line up on the edge of the cliff, the forms look to be in slow motion as… Read More

Cape Cornwall

The Brisons Driving on from Levant Mine we head for Cape Cornwall. Turning aside in St. Just the road heads steeply downhill towards the Cape. The cape is dominated by the Brisons, a rocky outcrop just off the coast. But after climbing the headland from the top the view stretches towards Land’s End and Longships Lighthouse. This… Read More

Zennor Head to Levant Mine

 Zennor Head The winding road leaving  to the west of St. Ives travels over the hills of the north Cornish coastline towards land`s End. It passes remote framhouses, over granite stones and outcrops through the Penwith landscape, stopping at various lookouts, the crest of the hills offer panoramic views across the landscape, dotted with farmland… Read More