I have gathered a small gallery of images looking at the interesting rock formations at the beach.
pixels shop revamp (and a new photo)
I've been renewing some content on my Pixels print shop today. In truth, since re-opening the account there in 2020, it hasn't seen much love -- from either me or anyone else. However, as I do see an email from them telling me even my old images on there have been looked at every week,... Continue Reading →
Big skies are a particular love of mine, so it's a good thing we're living here in north Cornwall.
“Do you ever take pictures of people?”
This question was asked of me by a friend, who I think was angling to have someone take their forthcoming wedding pictures for them on the cheap.
What a great week for the weather, not a cloud in the sky! Well, OK, perhaps just a little one.
Just sitting here and thinking of some relevant wording to add to my pictures for this post. Don't mind me. Tell you what, I'll post the pictures for you to look at now, while I carry on and think of the angle I'm going to take for the text. As usual, you can click on... Continue Reading →
Not dead yet
I know. You have been wondering haven't you? It has been said --by me on my 'About Bear' page as it happens-- that "I do enjoy the creative outlet of my photography–it’s just more often in sporadic bursts of relative enthusiasm rather than a continuous drive."But five months, without even feeling like I want to... Continue Reading →
Back on the Beach
First time back on the beach. Post the initial 'too-late lockdown', after 'too early lockdown lift' and into lockdown again and before the seemingly incomprehensible tiers apply. Yesterday afternoon was pleasantly Covid and holiday-maker free. It was March 2020 the last time we set foot on here. Seems an age ago now but the pleasure... Continue Reading →
The north edge of Crackington Haven is dominated by the headland of Penkenna. When you are down walking on the beach you can see ant-like people silhouetted against the sky sometimes, walking along the footpath on the top. From sea level it looks very precarious but, although narrowing to a point and dropping steeply and... Continue Reading →
There are days down at Crackington Haven beach - and a lot of Cornwall - when you can barely stand up as the wind is funnelled in towards you and the waves are whipped up. On the sides of the beach you may get some shelter from being in the lee of the cliffs but... Continue Reading →