Mewslade Bay is just round the corner from Worms Head and Rhossili Bay. There is no beach to speak of at high tide. At low tide, however, the sandy beach can be reached if you scramble down over some slippery rocks, and thick beds of seaweed that have been washed up against rocks.
My last stage of my coastal walk along the marsh road of North Gower.
A circular walk across Rhossili Downs taking in the spectacular views of Rhossili Bay and Worms Head.
Three Cliffs Bay never fails to disappoint. It does not matter how many times I see it. It is particularly spectacular at high tide in the morning light. It is probably the one beach I have visited most often and certainly painted most often, on the Gower coast.
Photos, words and paintings inspired by my Gower coastal walk from Limeslade, Langland Bay and ending at Caswell Bay.
Three Cliffs Bay, Gower in the changing seasons. What’s the main difference between the seasons? The light. Whether the sun is high or low in the sky, the angle of the rays, the quality of the light. Is it sharp or is it hazy?
My adventures in Fall Bay and Rhossili, Gower in mid winter. I find that the water is very cold.
How beautiful Gower woodlands inspire my oil paintings
I am delighted to say I have been asked by Welsh Coastal Life magazine to submit some coastal paintings to be featured in their magazine.
Original oil painting of Pobbles and Three Cliffs Bay sold by Emma Cownie contemporary landscape artist, based in Swansea.