My Cornwall - Fistral Beach High Tide

The name Fistral, (first recorded in 1813), comes from the Cornish word for 'foul water', ('bystel'). On this day, Fistral's golden sand had all but disappeared under a gorgeous seablue and aqua high tide, the water looked stunning. A walk along Cornwall's premier surf beach has never failed to revitalize and inspire me ... nothing 'foul' to report today .... thankfully ....

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