Lets go to Prussia Cove


rock-pooling our favourite past time


one of the lovely houses you can rent here minutes walk from Prussia cove


Louie soaking up the ozone


no one been on ‘es path for a time me thinks!

Its been ages since I have blogged and only because I have been that busy preparing for my photographic exhibition this past few weeks at the ‘gallery by the OCEAN’ The Porthleven Lifeboat Gallery., it doesn’t get much sweeter than this exhibiting your work here – stunning location and we were very lucky having some good weather. Thank yous’ to David Stamp Art for inviting me. I was delighted to have sold nearly half of my framed images and lots of cards – so it was rewarding experience.

I have also been revamping the website which has been sadly neglected for months, check it out here : www.lesleytreloar.com

This week Louie and headed off to the coast on Thursday as the sun was beaming down and we needed the ozones to set our hearts alive… Prussia Cove beckoned or PORTH-EN-ALLS as its properly known! It is a favourite destination at any time of the year but in the middle of summer it can be challenging with vacationers from the overflowing campsite walking the coastal footpath and bathing in the secluded coves. Water temperature currently 14 degrees here now, lovely 🙂

Prussia Cove, formerly called King’s Cove, is a small private estate on the coast of Mount’s Bay and to the east of Cudden Point and Cudden Point was our destination with the ever energetic mountain goat Louie challenging himself with alternative doggy trails to meet me. Thank you Prussia for a delightful doggy day out. 🙂


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