I had a wander around the streets of Newquay and this is what I found. Lots of shops, amusement parks and pastie shops. I enjoyed the seaside feel to the place. I also found the plaque commemorating the filming of the Magical Mystery Tour by the Beatles in Newquay. Sometimes my street photography works other times it is not quite there. I think these shots are OK but I could have done with a few more close ups. I was more attracted to the shops themselves than the people. The train station was a quaint place

A crowded summer street
lots of Bargains
Cornish pasties
Surf hire
Plaque commemorating the Beatles Magical mystery tour
Your friendly Argos
More bargains
Flotation devices
More Amusements
More Surf Hire
Newquay Station
Newquay station

The Huer’s Hut above the town is a 14th Century look out for large shoals of pilchards. They would shoot out to the fishermen who would set sail immediately. It looked very dramatic against the sky

Huer’s Hut
Dramatic white brick against sky

I also “lost” my son-in-law James as we got confused as to where we were going to meet. Luckily I found him in a BT phone box trying to phone me as his mobile has run out of charge.

An amusing picture.

The North Cornish Coast is spectacular, and we visited only a small section of the coast around and to the north of Newquay.  My favourites were Watergate Bay and the Bedruthan Steps.  Unfortunately, I did not have my filters with me for the steps, but I was still able to capture the water flow in slow motion.  There was not that many sunsets but the opportunity to be by the sea was just great and a few pictures tell the story.