Monthly Archives: July 2013

Earlsferry beach

Season: summer Fine weather was the order of the day at Earlsferry beach for this summer visit.  Early arrivals on the beach were emptying beach huts and organising their space, settling in for a day at the beach.  This is the western end of a long, sweeping strand from here round to Elie Harbour.  The […]

Tobermory beach

Season: summer Tobermory is the main town on Mull, a fishing port that is also the ferry terminal from either Oban or Kilchoan on the Ardnamurchan peninsula.  With its colourful houses and shops by the water, its also a delightful visitor destination and the first impression for visitors of Mull and the beaches that they […]

Polstreath beach

Season: summer A hazy, still morning greeted me at Polstreath beach, which sits just over the hill to the north of Mevagissey.  The low tide afforded a view from the water’s edge of the old lighthouse on the end of Mevagissey harbour, with the idyllic Chapel Point and its little houses behind.  The steep descent […]

Bedruthan Steps beach

Season: spring Imagine waking from your favourite dream and finding yourself standing there in real time.  If I were you, I would wake up at this beach on this morning, exactly as you see in the scene setting film below. Spring visit photo   Simon explains what the beach means to him.   As good […]