After shopping for food in Penzance we visited Sennen Cove, parking as usual on the car park overlooking the harbour.
A pastie for dinner seemed a good idea, so we walked across the harbour, taking one or two photos as usual.
This is a view of what was the "Capstan House" where the indoor mechanism protected the fishermen as they winched their boats up the steep beach (it is now an Art Gallery and gift shop.
before deciding it was time to go for our pasties from the local shop, pausing to shoot this thactched cottage above the harbour.
AS it was windy we elected to eat them in the car and I had just started to eat one half, when we had a visitor on the bonnet!
Here he is looking very pleased with himself.
On then to Cape Cornwall at the far end of the bacy where a winding and narrow lane leads out onto a National Trust Car Park. Pat elected to stay in the car while I walked out to the point, passing the house and remains of the tin mine
An evening tun to Porthleven filled the balance of the day (free parking after 4PM!)
Here is the inner harbour, with the tide just starting to come in.