I figured it was probably time to sort through the photos I took during a walk along the St Ives coastline back in February. My original intention was to walk along the coast path to Trevega Bal mine, but I not only underestimated how hard going the coast path was, but also how the cold would decimate my phone battery. I covered approximately 5 miles on my trip (both ways), with the mine being an extra mile-ish up the coast.
The Man’s Head.
Popular Porthmeor beach.
As I walked up the path I found this amazing patch of ice which had formed over a waterfall. It was only about two meters wide and stretched all the way down the cliff.
I got to around Pen Enys Point before I turned back. The whole stretch of cliff is really beautiful and worth the trek.