There are days down at Crackington Haven beach - and a lot of Cornwall - when you can barely stand up as the wind is funnelled in towards you and the waves are whipped up. On the sides of the beach you may get some shelter from being in the lee of the cliffs but … Continue reading Stormy at Crackington Haven
All along the North Cornwall coast we are blessed with the stunning evidence of the geological processes that formed it and is still, although imperceptibly to our human timescale, taking place. Particularly interesting are the folds in the layers of rock, created by massive forces and exposed to tide and wind.
We sought a little quiet and shade on what was a fine and busy day for the beach going and holidaying families. In the cool of the woods the shade given by the trees was occasionally punctured. This little waterfall was lit up by one of the shafts of sun breaking through the canopy.
You will notice a few locations pop up fairly regularly. This is because they are both lovely to be at and good for taking the dog out for her walk. Warbstow Bury is the remains of an ancient Iron age hill fort, now looked after by Cornwall Council. It sits on a high point of … Continue reading Old gate post, Warbstow Bury