During our ventures to the most southwesterly point of England and Cornwall we had set our eyes on a particular beach called "Pedn Vounder", just next to Porthcurno on the Penwith Peninsula. As late August is a very popular time for travel and tourists in Cornwall we tried our best to locate places that were less crowded. Heading out early also helps. Depending on the tide, the beach can look very different and it sure was everything we had hoped for. Can't wait to show you some of what we saw here, I'll cover it in my story on Exposure later on an of course an album here on my website as well. Stay tuned for that.
While we were walking /climbing along the southwest coastal walk we spotted a number of even smaller and more hidden beaches, as this one below. Not sure if it qualifies for a beach, it was just around 5 meters wide and 10 meter deep. Perfect size for a private beach nonetheless.
Redefining the meaning of a private beach
Shot with an Fujifilm X-Pro2 and lenses of 23 mm f/1.4 and 35 mm f/2 (top)