Images taken on Greenaway Beach, which lies between Polzeath Beach to the north and Daymer Bay to the south. It is reached by The Greenway, corresponding to the South West Coast Path between these two beaches.
Looking out over Greenaway Beach. At low tide, many rock pools are exposed in the wave-cut platform.
Pebbles under the water in one of the rock pools. I love their colours next to the purple slate.
A scallop shell on the shingle on a higher part of the beach.
The surface ripples on a different pebble-filled rock pool, giving an abstract effect.
The tide is advancing fast over the shingle.
Cloud and wintry light.
But the rock pools still display their unmistakable colours.
The purple slate can be glimpsed through the imcoming tide.
Clear blue skies overhead and the rock pools are submerged.