Lucy on the beach at Bude with a mouthful of sand.
Even a low swell brings out the surfers.
Lanhydrock, near Bodmin. This is the HQ of the South West region of the National Trust.
A plaque in the stables tells the story of a fire which ravaged the house in 1881.
Inside Lanhydrock House.
A brave show even late in the season amid beautifully manicured surroundings.
Outside on this afternoon, continuous torrential rain was sufficient to cause flooding in the coastal village of Clovelly not far away.