PERRANUTHNOE is a small village on the South Coast of Cornwall, just East of Marazion, there is a Car Park and sloping access to a safe sandy beach and the beachside Cabin Cafe. It has The Victoria a superb multi award winning pub, which serves super food both lunchtimes & evenings, - a Church dating back as far as 1160. The Lynfield Centre which houses The Cowhouse Gallery, Kernewek Ky, Professional dog grooming The Peppercorn Cafe, a hairdressers and Linen & Clay.

Sunday, 13 November 2016

Sunday

 A fine start and if I'd got out of bed earlier I think the sunrise must have been wonderful
 Massive beach was visible from home, so off we went
 Yippee !
 Wooster met a new pal
 I think it was Buster the Beagle
 This part of the beach isn't seen very often
 Sky looking rather dark to the West


 The wonderful view from the Spring Tide beach
 Jim and Wooster set off to walk further East towards Trevean
 Massive area to walk on today
 and a November paddle for Wooster

 This isn't the main beach but technically Trebarvah Cove - huge amount of sand there
 Came to find Tilly and I

 The fastest dog on the beach today
 Amazing to see how close to the edge our place looks from the beach
 Hole in the Eastern side of the cliffs with some new Ferns
 A couple of Anemones - couldn't find any in rock pools as the rock pools are full of sand
Went to look over the wall ! Wooster got there first
 Car Park and village full this afternoon

 Dogs checking out the field
 With the tide in there were lots of people walking the footpath
 Glorious end to such a super day as we walked the dogs this afternoon
 Nice little chap



 I stayed out on Maen-dhu hoping to see the moon rise and Jim carried on home to hopefully watch the Grand Prix
 Private helicopter was zooming around - really smart Robinson R44 Raven II
 Sadly I didn't quite manage the full panorama
 Really was stunning out there

 Right behind Mousehole !
 Jim's photos when he was on his way home


 My view as I walked home
 Not long after I got home I spotted the moon behind us
Sadly I didn't manage the kind of shot of the Super Moon that folks with SLR's will have done, but there you go !

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  1. What a variety...saw the moon last night but not much chance tonight ! Wooster is such a character seems to be the most popular boy on the beach !Lots of flowers in the garden including primroses and violets !and one of our climbing roses is a mass of blooms and buds ! difficult to believe it's November.Thanks Sue.macca

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    1. Same here - no moon at all tonight and sadly a rather dul day with slight damp feel. I took lots of photos of the flowers in the garden yesterday. Been a strange Autumn - will miss the warmer weather - gather it's going to cool down later this week. Sue

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