Secluded Clovelly Beach

The Autumn afternoon sun whispers Tuscany artists’ legacy to colour the rocks in mustard, amber and honey.

Their warmth pushes the native shrubs to absorb the aqua calm waves into teal.

The nature’s palette sets an energetic backdrop for a family fun time.

The sand shimmers like lemon zest surprising the children in splash play.

Laughter echoes off the rocks like a baby mumbles into their mother’s arm, cheerful in Clovelly’s embrace.

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Cassa Bassa

πŸ‡¦πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¨πŸ‡³ inquisitive, observant, witty, a thinker, was a misfitΒ child 😊

14 thoughts on “Secluded Clovelly Beach”

  1. “The Autumn afternoon sun whispers Tuscany artists’ legacy to colour the rocks in mustard, Amber and honey.”

    That’s very creative! πŸ˜„

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      1. Yes he must be! Oh that beach is in Devon, England! Devon is making me think of childhood holidays, and it’s a perfectly sunny day today, just like many days in Devon and the far South-West. I have plans to make road trips around that part!

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      2. Haha! I was wondering if that might be true too, but it wasn’t showing up on google maps.

        Ah, it was, but I just wasn’t recognising the name in French at first glance! Nouvelle-Galles Du Sud.

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      3. (The name of one of the areas it was showing ‘Clovelly Beach’ in in the list, I mean).

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