Images taken on Polzeath Beach, including Baby Bay/Pentireglaze Haven to the north which is separated from the main beach at high tide.
Clear, rippling water in a shallow tidepool at Polzeath Beach on a sunny day May. The promontory on the horizon is Stepper Point.
A low angle, very limited depth of field image of the same tide pool as above from a different perspective.
A gull on the rocks at Baby Bay/Pentireglaze Haven.
A gull flies very low across the shore.
Small waves break on the shore. The promontory on the horizon is the Pentire headland.
Take a seat.
Crystal clear waves.
A limited depth of field image of the waves from a different perspective.
I love the combination of colours of the water, mussels and slates here.
Mussels encrust the slate rocks.
Strong winds and fluffy clouds.
Ripples on the tide pool on the same day.
A sunset from a New Year's Day with the same tide pool in the foreground.
Sea shells and dried seaweed on the high tide line in March. The point of focus in the lower centre is a Painted Topshell (Calliostoma zizyphinum), which is surrounded by various mussel and limpet shells.
Extraordinary strong winds.
Iridescent bubbles of sea foam deposited by the wind on the same day.