Technically not a great or even a good photo. Captured on the move. But one of two ‘boys’ who almost didn’t make it. Big A who had a 40% chance of surviving an operation this summer and his nephew, Little L who was born 5 weeks early in 2014 and weighed a mere 1.4 kg…
Becky is serving up a sky a day for December – only one rule – it must be square. Join in and link your post to Becky
Daily Post Photo Challenge | scale
Someone once commented on this blog that it always looks so lovely and sunny in Cornwall. It’s not. I just don’t have a weatherproof camera. This week we have had a lot of heavy showers and happened to get caught in one down on the beach at Kynance Cove.
I waited patiently for the lady in the red jacket to walk past the lady with the red hair. Only after I had taken the shot did I see all the other reds in the photo!
Near to the Hayle estuary (The Bluff) is a designated Kitesurfing zone. I knew that it is not safe to swim in the river and the estuary due to fast running currents, but I had no idea that kite surfing went on here. Makes perfect sense as there are no swimmers or surfers to get…
Perched on top of the Teryn Dinas (Treen Castle) cliffs at Treen, across the bay from Porthcurno, is the Logan Rock. It’s a 65 ton, naturally balanced rock about 30 metres above the sea – at one time the rock would sway or ‘log’ when pushed, but in 1824 something happened….