Sandymouth Bay – a broader view
In a recent post ‘Coastal abstractions at Sandymouth Bay’, I showed a series of images which were simply abstracts of the granite rocks to be found at this picturesque bay along the coastline of North Cornwall. In this post I am showing a broader view, all taken at low tide. The cliffs and rock formations are a great sight and stretch for many miles to the north and to the south. In fact the South West Coast Path is a National Trail covering some 630 miles, taking in the four counties of Dorset, Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. It starts in Poole Harbour in Dorset and finishes in Minehead in Somerset. For more information about this Trail click here.
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4 Responses to “Sandymouth Bay – a broader view”
Oh to be by the sea…….Wonderful images Alan and thanks for the link….I am off to investigate and I hope you have a good weekend
Thanks James. Enjoy your weekend too.
Absolutely majestic…fantastic images! All the best,
Thanks for your kind comment and for following my blog.
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