The easterly gale which had been blowing all night was subdued by morning, leaving behind a cloudless sky. I took a walk across Damage Hills to Bennetts Mouth and onward to Rockham Bay and Morte Point.
Standing Stone on Damage Hills above Damagehue Cliffs.
Two shots of Bennetts Mouth: from the shore; among the rock pools/streams and, below the high tide line.
The light was good after noon although the Welsh coast was shrouded in mist. There was a pair of Peregine Falcons stalking the cliffs and three seals bobbing about in Whiting Bay.
Here’s a collection of snaps of the wonderful coastal scenery between Bennetts Mouth and Morte Point.