At the end of a zig-zagging miner's track that descends a steep escarpment, there's an exposed rocky plateau overlooking Diggory's Island. This is the largest of the 'stepping stones' that legend tells us, the giant Bedruthan threw into the sea. At low tide, a small, sandy bay is revealed. Yet when the tide presses in, the rocks flood and the whole aspect changes. Add a cracking sunset and the place comes alive in the viewfinder.
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Location: Park Head, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons