Images taken on the South West Coast Path from Benoath Cove to Bossiney Haven, near Tintagel.
A gull surveys the view over Benoath Cove, Bossiney Haven, the Willapark headland and Lye Rock. It's fairly low tide and the two beaches have merged.
Turquoise water under clear blue sky.
Overlooking the beach at Bossiney Haven.
The Elephant Rock natural arch can be seen in the left hand cliff of Bossiney Haven.
The view northwards over Benoath Cove and across to the Trevalga Cliff area and Long Island. The sea is a strange dark green colour after a period of heavy rain. Common foxgloves flower in the foreground. It's high tide and no beach is visible.
The view over Benoath Cove, Bossiney Haven, the Willapark headland and Lye Rock. The tide is fairly high and the two beaches are separated.
The view northwards. The cliffs are covered with bracken in autumnal colour.
Overlooking Bossiney Haven beach. The growth of the stunted tree shows the prevailing wind direction. The Elephant Rock is visible in the nearest cliff.