Tuesday, May 28
Observing What Is Often Missed
We walked to Pentewan Beach, Cornwall and found we were the only people enjoying the freedom, other than someone in the photo collecting shells.
The tide was out and the now exposed rocks were green with seaweed and looked as if they were replicating the cliffs in the distance.
Some of the rocks were covered in mussels and other limpet like shell creatures waiting anxiously for the tide to turn.
We walked to the cliffs where we spotted a sunflower painted on the rocks. This reminded us to look more carefully at the abundance of the wild flowers growing freely.
And many more besides. Returning from the beach we stopped at one of the seats to contemplate the small harbour at Pentewan. Seems it was only us in such a contemplative mood.
Sometimes it's good to wander, without thinking of time, and observing what is often missed.
Other Posts Based On Pentewan Cornwall:
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Magical Release At The Mouth Of The White River