But first , 2 images from last night on Holywell beach , one looking down from the dunes and then a long exposure image from sunset.
Lee Big stopper filter used on this one to smooth out the water :)
Now to Kynance cove , after quite a long drive we arrive in the car park. dogs are not allowed on the beach but since the tide is in that's not a problem. from images i have seen it look better photographed with the tide in .
Our first sight of Kynance Cove WOW!
I can see why the tide needs to be in to reflect the blue sky, Stunning!
Steep steps down and just a small bit of beach left to get through without getting wet feet lol
Looking up the coast from the hillside above the cove.
Good posing Mol :)
Looking across the beach towards the car park which is over the other side of the hills.
We have now walked back , with Jan getting wet feet as a wave got her while crossing the even smaller piece of beach, as the tide is fully in now :) Ooops lol
Stunning view from up here :)
A long exposure shot :)
and another :)
Looking towards Lizard point, a long way in the distance where we are going to walk to next.
long exposure gives a lovely effect .
one last look back.
Looks a long way still , my feet are hurting on these paths, i only have pumps on!
Is that it?????? hope so lol
Lovely flowers along the cliff here :)
We have finally arrived , my feet are killing. should have put my walking shoes on , the tiny stones on the paths have killed me!
Chester is posing! doesn't happen often :D
Rubbish posing for the "Holywell Horrors"
The most southerly cafe in the uk
There are Amazing views from this cafe looking out to sea :)
On our way back after lunch.
Lizard point where we have just left.
We are now back at Old Lizard Head , i looked at this on the way with an idea :)
Well! i just had too :D
Our way back to car park.
What a fabulous day its been , superb walk along stunning coastline and now on our last evening a walk down to Holywell for sunset.
No colour tonight but managed good cloud movement in this long exposure on our favourite beach in Cornwall.
until next year good bye :D