Photographer's Note

Locally known as "the surfer's beach" this is the largest beach in St Ives, in Cornwall. At low tide (as here) the sand is patterened by rivulets of freshwater seeping down the beach. The waves provide good conditions for surfing, and there is a surf school based on the beach. The rocks at one end provide plenty of rockpools and interesting views. This photograph was taken at the end of the afternoon on a sunny but windy October Day. Colour correction has been used in Photoshop to give the over-saturated colour feel to the picture.

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