Friday, 30 March 2018

Coverack to Lowland Point - a coastal walk.

After leaving home at 3am we had a good run down to the southwest, arriving on the Lizard just after midday. We emptied the car and then straight out onto the coastal footpath. We started at Coverack and simply followed the path - which was, it had to be said, a tad muddy! -plenty of water running off the land. The highlights were: the abandoned fields - with remnant daffodils and full of primroses; a young adder sunning itself; an Iceland gull; glorious waves in the sun and Roskilly's gooseberry ice cream! The geology in the beach is complicated and will deserve another look, so today's photographs are of pretty pebbles!

Bottom left is a dolphin skull.......

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