Popped into The Beach Cafe in Woolacombe for coffee and a lazy stroll along the beach. The stroll turned into a 16 mile walk to Putsborough, Croyde, Baggy Point and back. The light was so lovely I did the 4 mile loop round Baggy Point twice.
Here’s a few snaps of Woolacombe Bay from the beach, early afternoon.
The light was lovely all afternoon and began to polarise second time around the headland, as evening approached. On Baggy Point a woman appeared in a bright red hat; a Photographer’s dream.
Just couldn’t get enough of this sunset.
The walk back to Putsborough along the cliffs was spectacular in the fading light. The solitary, two mile walk along the beach to Woolacombe, in starlight and with increasingly wet feet from unseen pools, was memorable.
On my arrival in Woolacombe I went straight to the stylish Beach Cafe for dinner. The ribs, red coleslaw and yam chips were great. Being Saturday there was live music. Here are some snaps of the band, Fly Yeti Fly. The other photographer was a freelance employed to make a film. She is from Barcelona but living in Croyde.