It looked to be a nice evening so I headed down Trevellas Cove at Blue Hills, St Agnes. This is a little cove between St Agnes and Perranporth on the South West Coastal Foot Path.I was hoping to get some milky photographs of the Atlantic Ocean as the waves crashed on the beach. Its a sandy beach and used quite a bit, a group of young lads turned up in wet suits and had a great time messing about in the surf. The sun sets on this side of the coast of Cornwall and with its rugged coast line it can make for some dramatic photographs in the winter and stunning photographs of crystal clear waters in the summer.
Trevellas and was the site of the Trevellas manor in 1302 and was a mining site for hundreds of years known as Blue Hills for its bluish grey slate. There used to be a car and motorcycle hill climb held at Trevellas I think it finished in 2013 I can remember my father saying he used to take his velocette 350cc motorcycle their before the Second World War.
St Agnes is just around the corner with a great pub the Driftwood Spars good beer, great food, and some great local bands play there all the year round.