In February I was lucky enough to spend a week in Cornwall - only a matter on months after my last trip down there in September last year.
This time I stayed in a different area, a place called Duporth, near St Austell. I also had company in the shape of George...
Not only was it nice to have company, but this also meant that I had a driver, I don't mind the Cornish roads for the most part, however we did come across some VERY narrow roads, which made me glad I didn't have to navigate my way round them!
Anyway...on to the photos. The ones I am showing in this post are of the beach closest to where we were staying, Duporth Beach. This was a very quiet beach because it is only accessible via the South West Coastal Path or through a locked gate which we were able to use, as the code is given to the people staying in the area in which we were.
|The view from where we stayed|
|Panoramic of the beach|
|The view just as you step off the coastal path|
|As you will see from this, and the next few images, I was inspired by the textures I discovered at the beach, this one being the pebbles, which my paper cut interpretation|
|Rock texture with my paper cut interpretation|
|More rock texture with my paper cut interpretation|
|Detail from the rock pools|
|The beach as the sun was setting|
Keep an eye out for the next blog in this series which will be coming up next week!
Thanks for reading