Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Beeny Cliffs, Boscastle

At this point on the cliffs at Beeny there is a bench in memory of Dick Treleavan, an artist and an authority on Peregrine falcons. These stunning birds are sometimes seen here but today it was Grey Seals in the seas below, circling Buzzards and a hovering, hunting  Kestrel. In the distance are the satellite dishes of GCHQ Morwenstow, doing whatever they do quietly whilst also being somewhat obviously visible.

It was one of the days that tourists love, all blue skied and clear for the most part, the photographer in me finds those days a little lacking in drama. I did find some wispy clouds to make it a little bit interesting looking north.


2 thoughts on “Beeny Cliffs, Boscastle”

  1. Thank you, although ‘work’ isn’t exactly the right term for taking long walks on the coast paths during the day. 😉


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