My, my, my what a beautiful and captivating post. I can see why no one is sitting out watching the sea, this time of year :) Your videos are amazing.Your blogging sister, Connie :)
What a beautiful seaspray!
The video is beautiful, as is the music. I find your posts so inspirational. I have been perusing cottages to rent in Cornwall this evening. Looking forward to May even more now.Wendy x
A fireworks display made of water. And what a display!
Thank you for sharing that clip of St. Ives with us. It was so calm when I visited there last summer but looks just as beautiful with the crashing waves.
St Ives has stolen our heart, want to come back.....
St Ives is such a beautiful place in all weathers and conditions ... it's hard not to fall in love and want to return
Hello Carolyn, WOW what awesome video of the St. Ives Sea and its Glorious Spring Tide. It looks likes a Geyser erupting slowly with such powerful force. The music is lovely. How does the Sea Wall and Buildings next to it survive such force of nature. I love looking at the Sea In the Winter months with it continuous Waves crashing to shore. I went to sleep last night dreaming of this lovely video. Hugs Judy
Hi Carolyn - just done my "things to do with scrim" blogpost and linked back to you here :-)
'Awesome' describes St Ives for all sorts of reasons :-)
Hi there! I'm so pleased your back, as I love looking at your blog! hope your well! I was hoping you might want to look at mine maybe? I'm a University student in my last year. My final project is on the movement of water, I'm trying to capture the movement! :D Please take a look! Hope you like it! Carmela xx
Wow, this is so impressive. Thanks for sharing this video, it is a piece of art in itself!
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