Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven

In June 2011, I was in Cornwall for a 10 day photo trip, unfortunately the weather wasn't kind l and I spent many a day sheltering from the wind and rain in the motorhome.

Miraculously on the last day of the trip the overcast skies cleared as the sun was setting. This lead to an incredible sunset with a wonderful sky. Coupled with the crashing waves and the boulders I have come to like this photograph a lot.

Porth Nanven Cove is situated at the end of the Cot Valley in the far west of Cornwall, near the town of St Just.

The large, smooth boulders which populate the beaches of Porth Nanven Cove have lead to its being referred to by some as 'Dinosaur Egg Beach'.
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Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven
In June 2011, I was in Cornwall for a 10 day photo trip, unfortunately the weather wasn't kind l and I spent many a day sheltering from the wind and rain in the motorhome.

Miraculously on the last day of the trip the overcast skies cleared as the sun was setting. This lead to an incredible sunset with a wonderful sky. Coupled with the crashing waves and the boulders I have come to like this photograph a lot.

Porth Nanven Cove is situated at the end of the Cot Valley in the far west of Cornwall, near the town of St Just.

The large, smooth boulders which populate the beaches of Porth Nanven Cove have lead to its being referred to by some as 'Dinosaur Egg Beach'.
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