Last weekend I escaped the snowy weather in Bristol for the blue skies and energising sea air of Cornwall. This was our second visit to Treyarnon on the north Cornish coast – you can read more about our previous stay at the youth hostel and visit to Padstow here.
On Saturday we went for a walk along the coastal path, with the sea crashing up against the cliffs sending up mountains of white spray, then sweeping back again. As I stood on the grassy cliff edge, with nothing between me and the sea and rocks below, I was glad to have no young children with me who might unknowingly rush towards the edge.
The sea whipped up patches of creamy foam like bubble bath then threw it onto the rocks and the wind carried up little chunks of foam into the sky. I love this coastline of Cornwall with it’s wild beauty and big skies – It gives me a great sense of freedom after the closed in city-scapes of Bristol. Perhaps it would have the same effect on you.
See all the other Friday photos at Delicious Baby here.