I needed a walk by the sea, so we headed along to Carlyon Bay. Not a favourite beach but it is one with a lot of elbow room. This is important in these strange times of the coronavirus.
From the car park we strolled down the steepish hill and alongside the crumbly cliffs.
We walked the full length of the beach. At the far end it's possible to climb up the cliffs to reach the coastal footpath.
I always like looking at rocks and cliffs seeing the patterns and any creatures hiding away.
Looking back across the beach, all was a little hazy, but can look lovely on a Spring day.
On our return walk, looking inland, there were a few trees.
Ah yes, we then arrived where the beach isn't quite as good as it should be. Back in 2003 it was planned that Carlyon Bay would have a multi million development with housing, shops, restaurants and so on.
We returned to the car park full of fresh air, despite some of my comments.