Had a mooch round the harbour at Charlestown, Cornwall yesterday morning (27-June-19). It was a lovely sunny day, though the sea was quite choppy because of a cooling wind - as you can see by some of the photos.
Most of the photos are self explanatory so I won't waffle on too much.
I did get a bit of a soaking when the sea splashed against the harbor wall - hair and shirt got quite wet!
The two gentlemen below were fishing from the sea wall but didn't seem to have much success.
The next photo is looking west from the harbour wall, there is yellowish lichen on the top of the wall.
Still looking west there is a small beach.
The Pier House is convenient for a coffee or a beer. They also do meals - we had a very pleasant family meal there on my wife's birthday.
The cliffs below, and the beach, are to the east of the harbour.
Looking down at the adjoining port there are two tall sailing ship in dock. One was used for Poldark scenes. Charlestown has got considerably busier since the Poldark factor.
And finally a view of the port.
You might like these posts as well:
(1) Stepping Back In Time At Charlestown
(2) Walking The Beach at Charlestown, Cornwall
(3) The Cave On Charlestown Beach, Cornwall