More foaming waves!


Don’t let the January fog bring you down.. here are some more jaunty photos of crashing waves.

Taken yesterday at Thurlestone, it was both cold and invigorating. It was also completely mesmerising watching the changing sunbeams, shining shafts of light through the clouds over the constant movement of the sea and the back-wash.

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5 thoughts on “More foaming waves!

    • Takes its name from a hole in the rock. Thyrel means ‘hole’. The village is recorded by 845AD and in DB

      • There is a massive rock arch just off the upper beach at Thurlestone. This is presumably the rock with the hole in it. It is large so presumably and ancient feature and not something recent.

  1. Splendid use of the word crepuscular! I’d never considered that seeing the suns rays is typically an early morning and late afternoon/evening event.🌅

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