St-Ives-Harbour-at-high-tide

Rainy days, dark clouds and westerlies blow over the Penwith Peninsula fairly frequently, but that doesn’t mean it is not a pleasure to watch the white caps on the Celtic Sea away from the sheltered arms of the harbour.

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15 thoughts on “It’s not always a blue sky day…

  1. Hopefully the dreadful run of very grey winters and just as grey summers we’ve had over the last six years or so Jude has come to an end..! It is always nice to see those white capped waves. 🙂

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    1. Ha, I don’t know about that – we have been stuck inside a cloud since the weekend whilst the rest of the UK apparently has a heatwave! it is very atmospheric, but I hope it isn’t like this ALL year round 🙂

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    1. The water around here is the most incredible colour Pete, not quite the same as in New Zealand, but a very similar aqua colour even on a grey day.

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    1. It was quite a chilly breeze coming off that sea Gilly, but not raining. Today after 4 days of fog we had a glorious sunny day and the water was simply astonishing.

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    1. We haven’t had ANY view since last Saturday! Foggy all week so far, though the sun has broken through a couple of times and was HOT, but then the fog came in again.. oh well.

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