Forever looking up


Sunday 15th March


Forever looking up

At the beauty of the sky

Watching the billowing clouds

Changing shape, scudding by

Thinking: Are you peaking down?

From your tranquil place up high


Wishing and hoping

My sweetheart

Beloved Angel son


Godrevy Lighthouse

Gwithian sands

Beautiful skyscape

St. Ives in the far distance

The lighthouse marks one end of the Stones reef

The tide coming in quickly over the rocks

High, fluffy clouds

4 responses »

  1. Godrevy is a fabulous spot – it’s also well worth looking down when on this part of the cornish coastpath. When I’ve tried this section heading down towards the Hayle estuary there’s often been hundreds of small waders sheltering from the wind a few hundred yards inland. I’m a sucker for Dunlin, Sanderling and the like.

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    • Thank you.
      Yes, there are many beautiful seabirds, and yes, I do sometimes look down!! Thank you for reminding me 😊
      I love the little turnstones that skitter along the harbour front in St Ives too.


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