Towards the West side of the hill we could see the next little peninsular along the coast. There was the remains of a small rough looking wall with this diamond shaped poking up at the top. The textures in the stone and the colours were quite amazing.
We made our way down towards a small bay to the top of this outcrop of rocks with a little rockpool. Across the little bay was a peninsular with a little island at the end.
When we got to the bottom of the hill we climbed over some rocks towards this big rock pool. The rocks were extremely slippery with the wet seaweed all over it.
Further around the bay was an area of light coloured stone with a load of large pebbles. The solid rock floor looked amazing with the long straight lines of different shades and contours. I decided to make a black and white version of the photo so I could push the contrast even further. Out in the distant horizon is the next peninsular along the coastline.
Around the bay was a lake which had a stream coming out of it and running down towards the sea. Here's Lynne crossing this ancient looking stone bridge over the stream.
Further along the beach was another outcrop of stone, this time of a darker, softer looking stone with moss and seaweed growing on it. There were more little rock pools all along the top of the rock. To the left if the stream which we had crossed as it runs into the sea.
After leaving the bay we headed a bit inland on our circular journey. As we went past a field we saw these three donkeys at the far end. We called to them and they trotted across the field towards us. Lynne was off to the right of the photo grabbing some long grass to feed them, so they were very interested in watching her very closely and ignoring me taking photos.
Near the end of the walk we passed by this odd looking rock next to a spring. When we got back to the cottage and checked the map it was marked as a holy spring so I guess there was some religious past to this area.