Overlooking Trevone Bay from the coast path on Roundhole Point, on a sunny day in May.
A view of the coastline westwards of Trevone Bay. Trevose Head is on the horizon.
The sea thrift is in bloom on the edge of the cliff.
The sands at Harlyn Bay are visible in the distance, on the right.
The calm sea is pale turquoise.
Down on Trevone Bay Beach.
Varying shades of soft turquoise in the water.
A contrasting, winter's day. A wide angle view of Trevone Bay on a clear day in February.
The surf has carved out a tide pool on the right hand side of the beach.
The waves are massive. I liked the interesting shape of this one.
Newtrain Bay area
The expansive rocky platform of Newtrain Bay lies to southwest of the sands of Trevone Bay. Taken on the same February day.
The platform is covered with a myriad of rock pools. Those furthest from the sea contain a variety of empty seashells, mostly limpets in this case.
Approaching the breaking waves. Roundhole Point lies to the right.
Overlooking the crashing waves at Newtrain Bay from the South West Coast Path, in March. Houses at Trevone are visible to the right. The sands at Trevone Bay Beach may be just glimpsed in the middle but are mostly hidden beyond the promontory of Pentonwarra Point.
Overlooking Harlyn Bay from the South West Coast Path at St Cadoc's Point, on a sunny day in October. There is a huge expanse of sand at low tide.
Approaching the sands at Harlyn Bay on an overcast January day.
Down on the sands at Harlyn Bay, on a cloudless day in March.
Overlooking Harlyn Bay from the South West Coast Path to the west of the beach, in March.
Big Guns Cove, which lies just to the north of Harlyn Beach itself. Cataclews Point is on the left.
The view of Harlyn Bay from Cataclews Point.
The sea thrift is already blooming here in March.
The sea is so clear.
Waves break on the shore in May.
Water sparkles in a tide pool on the same day.
Looking towards Trevone from Cataclews Point in July.