Looking West with Clodgy point in the distance. Low growing wild flowers and lichen. St Ives Bay with Porthminster point and Carbis Bay beyond. Pinks or thrift, they don't last for long and are so pretty. Pinks and blue elvan (rocks) below. Godrevy Lighthouse in the distance, with St Agnes Beacon behind. Wild Carrot - love the way the flowers start off a dusky pink colour before turning creamy white. Glorious weather again on the last day of May, 2009 and even warmer than yesterday. I worked (not flat out, there were plenty of tea breaks and I had a lie in) trying to complete 2 paintings in time for submission to St Ives Society of Artists on Wednesday. So the dog had to wait until this evening for her walk. The air was still balmy and cloudless and we headed off to 'The Island'/St Ives Head or 'dog heaven' because she can run free off the lead and scramble down onto the rocks and - there are no adders.