What a shame, they seem to have lost a few of the blue lights along the sea front.
14dec17--St Ives (Cornish: Porth Ia, meaning "St Ia's cove") is a seaside town, civil parish and port in Cornwall. The town lies north of Penzance and west of Camborne on the coast of the Celtic Sea. In former times it was commercially dependent on fishing.Audrey Mason, Your comment to me here is a joke, right?
Hi Audrey, Mick ... I'm cold in England, uff, I'm sorry ... it's just to enjoy and enjoy the rain, and the snow, all the weather has its charm!I only know that your Christmas will be like that of my fantasy, snow, and beautiful houses decorated with many lights, forming beautiful landscapes.in St ives snow will fall ... it would be beautiful to see the Christmas trees covered and lit.I'm glad you like me to send you rays of sun! ... there will be many more, to warm their cold days ... if I could send the sun !,;)Mick, do not wear shorts now, it's good that you walk a lot with your dog, good health! and take care.Audrey, enjoy where you are, it seems to me that the place where you live is beautiful and magical.I've therefore very quiet tonight! ☀ ☀ ☀
Audrey, I agree more like Patti please. Think St. Ives is roughly the same temperature as where I am (Hornchurch) 7 degrees, much warmer than yesterday. There seems to be several cars parked along the sea front, (Restaurants may be?). You stay in and keep safe.
Mick we need more like Patti in the world then there would be sunshine everywhere!It's now starting to freeze up here, footpaths and roads are shiny so I hope motorists will be aware.
Audrey, I'm so lucky as Patti sends me a quantity of sun rays every day. Very dark here now and looks a little windy too, Have a nice evening.
Again I haven't had a look on the beach so at least I know what it's been like today.Up north we've had grey, damp/wet and cold with it - oh for the sunshine, Patti you need to send us some!
Good morning Audrey, the weather here looks rather glum, and damp. There are a few dog walkers on the beach and a few vehicles. I've just got back from my 2 hour dog walk and just in time as it's started to rain. A nice cold and crisp morning is also what I enjoy, do not like the wet weather. Enjoy your day.
My favourite type of weather then - cold and crisp with sunshine, a great combination Mick.There's been snow all around us up here but nothing too near us.Again I didn't get to visit the St. Ives cam until evening (still a pretty sight though).Capture Sam for world peace etc. and for the record - pardon the pun - I love Elvis songs, I have my favourites.
Hi Audrey, Sam, Patti 11.am there seems to be a group (tourists) maybe gathering adjacent to the slipway and a couple of dog walkers all wrapped up on the sand. Audrey the snow has practically vanished except for the odd half a snowmen (sorry snow persons) dotted about. Still cold, but lovely and sunny at about 0 degrees. Sam, Audrey and Patti enjoy your day and weather.
11dec17--*sings , in Elvis costume* 'We'll have a blue, blue Christmas without you.' interesting, eh?@@ EnJoy EnJoy
Hi Patti, lots of castles in England too, the only time I seem to look at this cam is in the evening but at least it does look lovely. I really enjoy being on a beach and the more interesting ones with driftwood and pebbles are even a joy to me. I like to walk along enjoying the natural 'treasures' . I've never been as far down country as St. Ives but maybe one day our camper van will go there.Take care and enjoy your day whatever you're doing.Mick will be enjoying the snow where he is!
6:51 pm, and St Ives all dark except the Christmas trees ....Greetings to your people there.
Good day in St Ives. Only the illuminated trees, at least it does not look so dark.Audrey when I started in 2015 to see this site the most watched cameras were those of Malta, I really like Senglea Cottonera and all good, but the cruises and ferries that dock there are lovely!Greece beautiful country and its nice people too.Scotland little of there, only knowledge for its castles and in general all Europe, I congratulate you.You can look at the time.lapse ... so you do not miss anything to see, during the day and night, at least I do it like that.And Mick, I had not heard of the carolina storm yet, but I hope that if it gets there, that it is not at Christmas, because it does not get better, right?Apparently you will be the only one with shorts :)))))?Have a nice day Audrey, Mick. Greetings to Whynn and Anne, these webcams are beautiful!