Monday 27 November 2023

Charlestown Cornwall on a Windy Day

A quick look at Charlestown harbour on a windy day. 

I have often said that Charlestown is one of my favourite places. The wind somehow adds to its appeal.

Another splash over the harbour wall

Gradually the waves subside and it's possible to gaze out to sea.

The lichen on the sea wall adds to the colours.

Below is one of the two  beaches at Charlestown...

... and here is the second  beach. They are both quite stony

The Pier House is in view if any refreshments etc are required.

Thanks for visiting my blog. 
All good wishes ~ Mike


  1. I enjoyed these photos from Charlestown as it's a favourite place of mine on your blog. The waves look really wild.
    Take care Mike.

  2. Hello Mike, thank you for your sharing. Stay warm.

    1. Thanks, it certainly has been chilly recently - could do with some sunshine!

    2. I had a chuckle when I saw your comment telling Rain that you could do with some sunshine :-)

  3. Hello Mike, I hope that you are keeping well. Gorgeous dramatic pictures of Charlestown. The orange lichen against the sea is stunning! I bet it looks really pretty with the seasonal Christmas lights x



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