Porthmonia Cove is a little known, secluded bay on the West Coast of Cornwall. A few minutes from Rosemergy (where there is a brilliant tea shop), this beautful, rugged cove is hidden behind an old tin mine shaft head. Following a path down the slope towards the hills, you find a place where kestrels fly in the sky, a climbers brave the cliff faces. This is a brilliant spot for some sunset photography as the bay fills with light. It is especially nice in August when the purple heathers are in full bloom.
AdamSherrattPorthmoniaCoveCornwallDSC2461Cornish PhotographyCornwall PhotographyOutdoor photographyPorthmonia CoveSunset PhotographyUK Landscape PhotographyUK Photographycoastal photographyportfoliowild photography
From coastal photography