We hadn't been able to get out walking for a while, so decided on a short walk along the beach at Carlyon Bay. There's no car parking charge at the moment- not that I'm a tight wad of course!
Only a few people on the beach as you can see by the photos. The weather was changeable but mostly with a touch of blue in the sky.
I've walked on the beach here for many years but had never noticed this hole in the rocks previously.
There was a lot of seaweed about.
The sea was a lovely shade blue.
We got talking to someone and the sea seemed even brighter with fluffy white clouds.
We crossed the beach, walking towards the cliffs.
There's a proper path to walk by the cliffs.
First though, we looked across the beach.
The view stretches to the Gribbin Tower in the distance - well it did with my camera's zoom.
Back to the cliffs and more realistic colours. Actually it started rain.
A few shrubs and plants alongside the path as we made our way back to our car.
We got back to our car without getting too wet.
The photo below shows the far end of the beach at Carlyon Bay, on a previous early morning walk. Always special to be the first on the sand.
That's my lot for today.
Thanks for visiting my blog ~ Mike.
I mentioned Gribbin Tower in the post, here's one of my posts on Gribbin Head and the Tower: