Bedruthan Steps on the North coast of Cornwall. Looking down the coast from Park Head, Diggory's Island, Queen Bess Rock, Samaritan Island, Redcove Island, Pendarves Island and Carnewas Island make up the steps of Bedruthan. Trerathick Point and beach, High Cove and Trenance Point lie beyond with Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay (Tregurrian Beach) in the distance.
Fields of Corn Marigolds - Glebionis segetum - at West Pentire, Crantock, near Newquay. From late June and for most of July the fields of West Pentire are full of traditional corn field wild flowers. You can walk around the coast path at West Pentire or follow public footpaths towards Polly Joke taking you past these colourful fields.
Crantock Beach is a popular north coast beach between Holywell Bay and Newquay. The beach is backed by tall sand dunes. The estuary of the River Gannel is located beside the beach. Crantock Beach is dog friendly all year round. Parking is available near the beach. A ferry operates between the beach and East Pentire giving easy access to Newquay.
Crantock village is just a short distance away from its golden sandy beach. The River Gannel, a tidal river, winds its way along the far edge of the beach. In the background is East Pentire, Newquay with Fistral Beach and its other beaches. Towan Head separates Fistral Beach from Newquay's other beaches.
Fishing boat on the River Camel passing St Enodoc Church. The Cornwall Coast Path follows the river on the St Enodoc side. In the foreground is part of Hawker's Cove which has a large, sandy beach at low tide.
The Camel Trail starts at Padstow and follows the River Camel upstream to Wadebridge and beyond. The bridge across the entrance to Little Petherick Creek formerly carried trains but was converted for the use of cyclists, walkers and horse riders when the old railway line became the Camel Trail.
Perranporth has one of the longest beaches in Cornwall with over two miles of golden sand. In the foreground is Ligger Point with the Penhale Sands dune system backing the beach and Reen Sands and the town of Perranporth at the end of this view.
The lovely Porth Joke Beach, known locally as Polly Joke. At low tide the beach stretches away uncovering tiny coves and inlets. The stream crossing the beach is ideal for dogs. This beach is dog friendly all year round.
Seals between Holywell Bay and Newquay during February 2019.
If you go to see the seals please don't get too close to them. Stay on the cliff but keep away from the cliff edge as it is crumbling into the sea. The best way to view the seals is to walk further along the coast path and then look back at them from a safe distance on a stable area of the cliff. Many of the seals leave their cove and can be seen 'bottling' and swimming around. Please don't make loud noises or do anything to disturb or upset them.
Poppies, Corn Marigolds and other traditional corn field wildflowers create a riot of colour across the fields of West Pentire during the Summer. Take a summertime walk from West Pentire towards Porth Joke to enjoy this wonderful display.