Part of Penwith coast – Cot Valley.
Cot Valley aka Porth Nanven on the Penwith coast holds some stunning features visible from there, Ballowal Barrow and Cape Cornwall. The Celtic Sea pounds the rugged cliffs creating white froth as a result. Walking the coast path along the area, we came across what looks like a Giant’s seat in granite stone. I can just picture the Giant sitting here admiring the land all around.
A few steps further along the path and the granite remains out to sea become visible. These are attributed with being a Giant or Charles de Gaulle and looks like he is having a nap … This was a blustery dry and sunny Sunday mid-February 2019 and it certainly was lovely!
As you drive down to Cot Valley aka Porth Nanven you pass some huge crevices in the sides of the hills. It is amazing that the hills stay there. My recent short film shows some details of this. You choose what you want to see and where you want to go with Alvajoan on day trips sightseeing. We can only recommend from experience and listening / reading Your requests and aim to delight. Email us with Your wishes!
I recently received a wonderful bunch of flowers and the lillies are flowering madly as a result of our mild weather.
They are gorgeous and so HUGE!
A close up reveals the cleanliness with which these flowers display flowering.
Next, on a walkies with the dog, I found some old style daffodils along the common Cornish walls. They are fabulous and look good enough to eat!
I couldn’t resist taking some photos up close as my camera does not do long distance very well.
Not too shoddy I thought and took another …
This to me looks like an artist has worked with butter and created a rose like centre for these super daffodils.
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Alvajoan of Cornwall.