The start of the walk was dominated by the white ball of a listening post which I didn’t take too many photos of, particularly close to.
Then I was back in rough Cornish Coastline with lots of old mine workings.
Wheal Coates is an iconic one on lots of photographs, sadly the rain didn’t show it off to its best.
Trevaunce was an attractive little village with a coffee shop so I paused there before heading on to Perranporth. The way into Perranporth passed through and area of old tungsten mine spoil heaps which would do a good job as a set for an alien world with the piles of grey rock.