Evening Tide, and the rhythmic sound of breaking waves over the moving sand and shingle of Loe Bar. There is something mysteriously beautiful and evocative as the sun’s diminishing rays descend through the clouds and play upon the water,
The sleepy harbour of Porthleven is bathed in morning sunlight.
Almost as far south as you can go, a winter’s day view from Predannack Cliffs near Mullion Cove.
Sparkling sea and jewel like surf breaking over the low tide sand banks.
Close to Hoe Point at the western end of Praa Sands beach. A docile wave makes its way towards the sandy shore.
Shorebreak on the shelving beach of Loe Bar, near the historic harbour of Porthleven.
A stone’s throw from the artist’s home, a breaking wave, resisted by an offshore breeze, surges towards the sandy shore.
Morning tide at Kennack Bay. Looking in an easterly direction towards Treleaver Cliffs and Black Head. A narrow spit, just visible, divides the beach in two. It was upon these rocks in a gale that a French steamer Maurice Bernard met her demise. All is peaceful now.