A great little reef this, a
pinnacle about 1.5 miles off Newquay that that rises from about 25
to 11m and leads into the shore.
The area is tidal and surrounded
by sand, so often has visibility in excess of 10m, this and the
marine life make it an outstanding spot for photography. On the
north side you will find steep walls and gullies lined with sea
fans. Bib are common and you will also find some sizable pollack.
Ballen, cuckoo and goldsinny wrasse are also abundant. Less common
but often present are rays, cuttlefish and lobster.
A great spot for
Gullies lined with sea fans.
These looked bright green in ambient light.
Dog fish egg attached to sea fan.
Bloody Henry starfish