Images taken on the South West Coast Path from west of Bossiney Haven beach to the Willapark headland, on the side facing Bossiney Haven.
A wide angle view of the sea and coastline from the Willapark headland, on a cloudless day. The beaches are Bossiney Haven, followed by Benoath Cove. Trevalga Cliff and Long Island are visible in the distance.
The tide is low and the sand is exposed.
A similar view from April in an earlier year. The water is such a glorious turquoise colour.
Lye Rock by the Willapark headland.
A wide angle view of the sea, coastline and moody sky from the Willapark headland. The tide is high and no sand is visible at Benoath Cove and Bossiney Haven.