St Ives live camPanoramic view of St. Ives Harbour Beach in Cornwall

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    • 20 hours ago
    • Voyager

    It seems that the van was stuck in the sand and caught up by the rising tide.

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    • 1 day ago
    • Patti

    Tonight, very quiet St ives ..

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    • 2 days ago
    • Mick

    (15:10) Just found out, a van being towed out of the sea. How did that happen?

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    • 2 days ago
    • Mick

    (14:50( anyone know what the crowds are looking at?

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    • 2 days ago
    • Gwynn H

    It's pretty interesting to watch the tides come in and out on time lapse at high speed.

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    • 2 days ago
    • Bob C

    Approx every 12 hours Steve like everywhere else.

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    • 3 days ago
    • Patti

    it feels cold

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    • 3 days ago
    • steeve

    very frequent HIGH AND LOW tides here !!!

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    • 4 days ago
    • Patti

    Mick, were you online? we humans get used to us depending on where we live, I know that earthquakes are very frightening, they are not nice, but if we have seismic culture and we know to do any eventuality before, although at the moment no one knows that it can happen.
    I'm here enjoying music with Kenny G.
    You can still see an afternoon with some sun and people taking pictures.

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    • 4 days ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Hi enbeejay, the sun appeared at 3.45 where I live and yes I too have heard the yellow tinted sky was caused by Sahara sand.
    Right no we have a clear blue sky but as evening will be coming it will soon be growing dark unfortunately.

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    • 4 days ago
    • Mick

    Hello Patti, great to see the children enjoying the incoming tide and sand. The remains of the hurricane seem to be hitting the West coast of Ireland , but doesn't appear to be too strong in Cornwall or Devon. I would be too frightened to live in Chile with earthquakes. Shame about the spring days being over for another year, relax with another tune from Kenny G. Enjoy the rest of your day.

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    • 4 days ago
    • Patti

    Hi Mick. so I see .. that Ophelia passed by, and I hope it did not cause much damage, it is strange the weather behavior now, we are surprised anywhere and at any time.
    Chile, located in the belt of fire we usually have small earthquakes to large earthquakes.
    You can see a nice view in Sitges now, and children playing in the sand, 16:12 pm, and the weather has a degree less than here, but I see everyone more warm, and it will be the thermal sensation, well there they are in autumn and We come here in the spring, but I still feel that there are no spring days all over here.

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    • 4 days ago
    • enbeejay

    Audrey - this morning the sky in Cornwall was a strange orange/yellow colour and the was an odour, similar to a very hot, dusty heating system. The most likely cause is Sahara sand whipped up by the wind, which coincided with sandy dust deposits easily seen on parked cars. It is all clear now and a beautiful, warm day, except it is very windy.

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    • 4 days ago
    • Audrey Mason

    It is a much nicer day in St. Ives today than where I am in the north east of England.
    Strange appearance to the sky, lots of fog and humidity with rain too up here.