[ Photo Gallery # 87 }
To the east and the west of the Camel Estuary (see my blog of a week ago ) lie numerous inlets of the sea . Delightful coves and small villages clinging to the Cornish cliffs. Below is a gallery of my photographs of a number of these.
Rough sea on a misty morning at Polzeath
After the shower near Port Quin
Sign on entering the National Trust village of Port Quin
View of the inlet at Port Quin
The village of Port Isaac – used as the setting for the TV series ‘Doc Martin’.
Looking out to sea from the harbourside of Port Isaac
The beach at Trevone Bay near Padstow
The Lighthouse at Trevose Head, a headland on the Atlantic coast of north Cornwall
The Neal Rock with the Trevose Head lighthouse in the background
Close up view of The Neal Rock at Trevose Head
The cliffs and rocks at Bedruthan Steps
The granite rocks that are dotted across the beach are, according to legend, stepping stones for the Giant Bedruthan.