The affectionately name "The Rumps" at Polzeath in North Cornwall. The headland here is called Pentire Point, however they also have a far more amusing name, The Rumps, for obvious reasons. This is a beautiful walk on a summer evening, watching the sun drop on the horizon while waiting for the golden light to fill the bay. I personally preferred the afterglow, that purple and pink light, after the sun had set.
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