September skies in Cornwall can be varied as I will depict in photos. One day, the sun is shining and it is warm with a slight breeze. A short snippet on FB shows off our treasured day out at the Roseland peninsula in Kernow. We spent time at Portscatho with it’s wonderful sandy beach.
It was indeed a WUNDERBAR day out and we thoroughly enjoyed a memorable bike ride.
No long after that, we poked our noses out of our window in Newlyn and found this:
Cold blue tones in the skies and low slung clouds just waiting for us to leave the house to ‘let us have it!’. Typical in the autumn period in West Cornwall. Weather simply drifts in off the Atlantic, aka the Celtic Sea, and we get it first hand. In the days following the 2nd photo, we had storm winds, hail and showers. Extremes does not only change by the day, but even by the minute down here. If you don’t like the Cornish weather – just give it 5 minutes and it’ll generally be different! A place never to miss on the Roseland peninsula is St Just in Roseland church.
This photo was taken from the water side. Before the church was here, pagans used to worship on these grounds. A beautiful place to visit.
In local gardens during this month I have come across a number of beautiful plants. Some are available in many colours and just put a smile on my face.
Especially this pale pink anemone flower with a little bud too which is just soo charming! Not forgetting another multi-coloured flower that brightens up our lives:
From ‘in your face’ pink, purple and blue to pastel colours like here, these are just fab! You know the name of this plant? Let me know in ‘Comments’ and I shall reply.
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Until next time, keep happy and healthy!
Alvajoan of Cornwall, part of The Classexe Group