Most of our past visits to Cornwall have been at Easter or in July and so I have rarely seen the beautiful sea pinks in flower here.
They seem to thrive clinging in tight clumps to the edge of the cliffs, and of course in the iconic Cornish hedges/walls..
When we walked on the cliff path this morning there seemed to be several varieties growing.
Some have larger, paler, flowers like these at the back of the beach yesterday..
They make a lovely foreground to a view across the bay..