The North Cornwall beach of Trebarwith Strand. This is a great beach, which is fortunate as the coastline here is dominated by high cliffs meaning accessible beaches are few and far between.
This was taken as the tide dropped towards low. At high tide there is very little left of the beach except a few rocks around the high tide mark. When the tide's in it's probably time to head to the Port William to look out over the sea and enjoy a drink.