Godrevy – Portreath Heritage Coast

This is in  celebration of Earth Day and the birth of my newest grandson who was born on Mother’s Day in Australia. As our ‘Blue Planet’ comprises of 70% water an image of the Celtic Sea seems appropriate. The cliffs along this part of the Cornish coast are becoming very unstable due to erosion and you certainly won’t get me scrambling down them to a beach.

North Cliffs and Crane Islands

It is a great place for spotting wild flowers and sea birds along the 250 feet high sheer cliffs and basking sharks have been seen below.

For more Cornish photography please visit my new Cornwall blog “Under a Cornish Sky

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

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    1. I am only glad this one didn’t arrive too early. Normal weight of 3.01 which is huge compared to little Lorenzo who was 1.2 kg

  1. You have moved to the most beautiful place, Jude. I love these stunning photos you are posting. Congratulations! How exciting to have another little babe to love. If you decide to come downunder to visit, make sure you come east to us as well.

  2. That’ s great news together with a lovely image. Congratulations – to all of you! 🙂 ❤
    Did I get this one right; you are now 7x grandma? 🙂 That sounds absolutely wonderful.
    Enjoy and celebrate. Does he have a name yet?
    Warm greetings from summerly hot Norway,

    1. That’s right Dina – four granddaughters – 18, 12, 9 and 1 and three grandsons – 14, 2 and newborn. No name yet! I shall have to book my trip to Australia very soon.

      1. Having no children at all, I must admit, I’m green with envy. 😉 Hope you get to see them all very soon.

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