Monday, 1 November 2010

Enter the Cave - Tintagel Cove

 Here we are - outside the cave, so who's afraid of the dark - ok so you will have to wait here for us to return then.  In we go and to start with we have a corner to go round, interesting to start with eh?



 We get around the bend and look water water and an exit the other side ooer, dont think we will make it over the water, looks deep, as you can see Ive photographed the exit and got a reflection.



 Look up and see the walls, oh what colours they are - is it gold? I dont reckon so lol.



 Ok we cant go on so back we go - round the bend again and here we see the entrance.


 Look at the walls here too, more colours to behold.



 As we go out and adjust our eyes to the light we can see the water falls in front of us.



 Ah, good job we didnt go further past that water, the tides about to enter the cave soon.


 Theres DW coming back from the falls, and guess what she's beach combing again,lol.



 Here comes the sea, wave upon wave - crashing over and over.

 Time to go, a lift up the coach at the top of the cove, walk down and ride back we no stupid,lol.

Hope you have enjoyed our trip to Tintagel Castle and Cove.  The Home of King Arthur?

10 comments:

Linda Higgins said...

How beautiful! It looks like it might be a little cold out? You always seem to go on such wonderful adventures and see amazing places!

Gailsman said...

Nice gentle stroll through the cave and I didn't even get my feet wet.

Starnitesky said...

A wonderful part of the country, I did visit this area many years ago, I can see it is just as beautiful, thanks for all the interesting photos.

George said...

I'm glad we got out of the cave before the tide came in. From what we did see, it looks like an interesting, colorful cave.

Sunny said...

What a wonderful cave - I was hoping you would come across Excalibur in one of the rocks! Haha!
☼ Sunny

ju-north said...

Looks a great place. First class pics as usual! Bet J got some good shots also!

Cezar and Léia said...

What an adventure day!these pictures are wonderful and I'm really curious about this place!
Léia

Teacher's Pet said...

I want to be there...

Lanny said...

I love the wave shot!

Staffan H said...

A lovely place! It looks a little like Hovs hallar in the south of Sweden. Rocks and water is a powerful and magic combination.