apologies for lack of words this past week, busy and lacking inspiration .. so by way of something of a continuation of the Lands End theme in my previous post below I’ll just throw a few ‘sea kayaking Lands End on a very calm spring day’ flavoured pictures at you before I go off and soak my braincell in coffee.. I hope you had a good weekend.
despite appearances there are no nuclear power plants discharging into the seas around here, rather it is just the effect of sunlight shining through a submerged tunnel in the rock.
a very big cave… when the tide is right it’s possible to paddle deep into this cave, perform a tight 90 degree turn, paddle some more along a narrow channel in the darkness and emerge from the cliff face some 150 metres around the corner… but not when there are seal pups on the beach inside.
the arch at Lands End. Always make a nice pic
heading out to the Longships reef (in the distance) on an uncharacteristically quiet ocean.. neap tides, light wind and no swell…
looking so very different to previous visits to the reef.. i.e calm.
below the tall cliffs near Nanjizal
into the dark…
heading through the crack just to the west of Lands End