I wasn't disappointed, it was an excellent and very comprehensive show. These are the postcards that I bought in the gallery shop. (I had wanted Laura Knight's fabulous pool image but they either hadn't made a postcard of it or else everyone had got there before me.)
We went straight to the Tate from the hotel as soon as we had checked in our bags. We were staying at the Tregenna Castle which sits high above the town. I was very pleased that the Travelzoo b&b offer included tickets to the exhibition as well as to Barbara Hepworth's garden.
We walked through the hotel grounds to get to the sea,
first looking round the walled garden
then following a small stream downhill until we reached the road.
The following morning we woke up in the clouds!
The hotel was shrouded in a sea mist.
Rather different from the day before!
This creeping sea mist is called a 'haar' in North Yorkshire. I think it's a wonderfully descriptive word, a soft, long exhalation, rather like a rolling mist. I don't know if there is a Cornish word to describe this sort of weather.
Happily the sun eventually shone through.
Surfers were enjoying the waves.
At last, a blue sky for Skywatch Friday!