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Terri Waters | Crantock Cornwall

Crantock Cornwall

Cornish hedges are very special. The typical Cornish hedge is a stone-faced earth hedgebank with plants, bushes or trees growing along the top. It is called a hedge, never a hedgerow or wall and they are a haven for wildlife. The Jack and Jill herringbone-patterned slate hedges of North Cornwall are very picturesque with their beautiful wild flowers. Below the wild flower meadows of West Pentire is Crantock beach on the western side of the Gannel estuary, next to the resort of Newquay.
Terri Waters | Crantock And The Gannel

Crantock And The Gannel

Crantock Beach is a broad sand-dune backed strand between the twin headlands of Pentire Point East and Pentire Point West; Pentire meaning headland. The Gannel estuary in North Cornwall separates Crantock from Pentire Point East and the town of Newquay.
Terri Waters | Perranporth Blue

Perranporth Blue

The return of the tide on a clear winter day at Perranporth Beach Cornwall
Terri Waters | Perranporth Tide

Perranporth Tide

Perranporth Beach Cornwall as the tide comes in on a cold winters day.
Terri Waters | The North Cornwall Coast

The North Cornwall Coast

The rugged cliffs of the north Cornwall coast at St Agnes are a dramatic contrast to the tranquil turquoise sea on a beautiful summer day. Tucked into a stunning and unspoilt spot on the north Cornish coast, St. Agnes sits in both a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a World Heritage Site.
Terri Waters | Trevaunance Cove St Agnes

Trevaunance Cove St Agnes

ucked into a stunning and unspoilt spot on the north Cornish coast, St. Agnes sits in both a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a World Heritage Site.
Terri Waters | Morning Light Carrick Roads

Morning Light Carrick Roads

Tranquil morning light twinkling on the surface of the water. This is the view down Restronguet Creek to Carrick Roads from the pontoon of the Pandora Inn at Mylor Bridge, a short walk from my home. Carrick Roads on the south coast of Cornwall is a section of the River Fal which forms a large waterway that was created at the end of the last Ice Age when sea levels rose dramatically and created a huge natural harbour, the third largest natural harbour in the world.
Terri Waters | Morning At The Pandora Inn

Morning At The Pandora Inn

High tide in the morning at the Pandora Inn Mylor Bridge Cornwall. The 13th century thatched pub with it's pontoon for visiting watercraft is one of the most popular in Cornwall, especially in the summer season. Just a short walk from my home it was nice to have the place to myself as the sun came up over Feock and bathed the old stone walls with beautiful warm light.
Terri Waters | The Pandora Inn Monochrome

The Pandora Inn Monochrome

A monochromatic image of the Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge. This beautiful 13th century inn is tucked away on the banks of Restronguet Creek near Falmouth, Cornwall.
Terri Waters | Mylor Creek in April

Mylor Creek in April

Mylor Creek in April was so calm that the reflections of the yellow boat, houses, yachts and farmland were stunning.
Terri Waters | May Morning at Mylor Creek

May Morning at Mylor Creek

I went out early as the sun was trying to break through a heavy morning sea mist and knew it would be a wonderful time to head off with my camera down to Greatwood Quay opposite Mylor Harbour in Cornwall. As the haze lifted over Mylor Creek and the houses started to appear on Church Road that had earlier been hidden it turned into a stunning late May day.
Terri Waters | Mylor Boardwalk at Sunrise

Mylor Boardwalk at Sunrise

Yachts and the Mylor Dockyard pontoon as the sun rises over the Roseland on the south coast of Cornwall.
Terri Waters | Logan Rock From Porthchapel Beach

Logan Rock From Porthchapel Beach

The beautiful beach of Porthchapel, the lesser known neighbour of Porthcurnow on the south coast of Cornwall near Land's End, is overlooked by granite cliffs and, on the headland of Treryn Dinas is the Logan Rock, famously dislodged in the nineteenth century by a group of high-spirited British sailors.
Terri Waters | May Morning At Mylor Creek

May Morning At Mylor Creek

I went out early as the sun was trying to break through a heavy morning sea mist and knew it would be a wonderful time to head off with my camera down to Greatwood Quay opposite Mylor Harbour in Cornwall. As the haze lifted over Mylor Creek and the houses started to appear on Church Road that had earlier been hidden it turned into a stunning late May day.
Terri Waters | Perranporth Colours

Perranporth Colours

The colours in the late afternoon sky in winter at Perranporth Beach Cornwall are reflected in the wet sand.
Terri Waters | Misty Morning At Restronguet Weir

Misty Morning At Restronguet Weir

The view of moored boats and the Roseland from Restronguet Weir beach on the south coast of Cornwall on a misty autumn morning.
Terri Waters | Autumn Morning

Autumn Morning

Autumn in Mylor is beautiful as the trees change colour on the banks of the creek and many of the migrating birds with their various calls and whistles stop for a visit.
Terri Waters | The Debbie V Coming Home

The Debbie V Coming Home

The Debbie V coming home to Mylor in the storm light. I had walked from Mylor Bridge to Mylor in beautiful sunlight with clear blue skies but as the afternoon arrived so did the threatening clouds. For a while the light was amazing, the sunrays hitting the boats and the seagulls, highlighting anything white. The weather changed to rain and wind that night so I was very glad I'd gone for my walk that day.