Morning has broken in St Ives with the gorgeous colour of Cadbury Chocolate wrappers.
In truth not the most thrilling of sunrises but the clear sky was a sign that the day was going to be a bit of a colour sensation. Early morning duties were the pleasure of sharing the start of our day with Miss VV, our granddaughter in Hong Kong. Our early morning adventures with her via video call involved stories involving sand horses and naughty seagulls. For the rest of our day we had strict instructions on the photographs that needed to be taken to be sent to her for when she wakes up. Seagulls were top of her list.
This one is a bit of a visual joke as he had managed to poo on the reflection of his own head.
Another request was dogs on their holidays.
Miss VV did not request a piece of Barbara Hepworth sculpture but we took our own initiative and took one anyway.
Gifted in 1965 to the town she had adopted as her home.
We did a three hour coastal path walk and found some small and deeply personal sculptures. Love locks attached to a small metal fence on the sea side of the path. Stuck together and corroded by the salt spray of the Atlantic.
The thing we didn’t manage to capture was a dolphin feeding frenzy which we witnessed but luckily for the blog a more proficient photographer was about earlier in the week.
That’s enough St Ives for one day, more tomorrow.