Porth Nanven

Cornwall Photographic

This photograph was taken on a recent dawn visit that I made to Porth Nanven, with fellow blogger Poppy.  Porth Nanven is a beach at the end of the Cot Valley that runs down to the sea at the very western tip of Cornwall.  Porth Nanven is sometimes referred to as the dinosaur egg beach because of the giant pebbles to be found there.  These pebbles are regularly dislodged from the cliff face where they were left 120,000 years ago when sea levels receded.

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