Images taken on the South West Coast Path at Trevalga Cliff and where Rocky Valley meets the sea.
The steep slate cliffs of Rocky Valley, which has been carved out by the Trevillet River.
The view seawards from the foot bridge - which is casting a deep shadow over the river. The steps of the coast path are descending on the left.
The view upstream.
The view in a northwards direction over the coastline around Trevalga Cliff. The entrance to Rocky Valley is hidden but lies in the lower part of the image. The larger rock by the end of the headland is Long Island. The smaller, Saddle Rocks are nearby.