As monster waves hit Cornwall yesterday, seaside towns and villages exposed to the Atlantic took a battering.
Waves of up to 27ft (8m) were recorded off Land's End, Cornwall.
Huge surf at the Cribbar in Newquay. Via Twitter by Chris Matthews.
Wave height Off Lands End reaching predicted max (9m). Info via The Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science.
Longships Lighthouse at Land's End. Picture: Anthony Marsland.
Porthleven. Picture Andrew Wallis
Castle Beach Falmouth: Picture Leigh Heppell
Porthleven: Kathy White
Porthleven.Pictures: Jack Smith.
Mullion Harbour has suffered damage again to the outer wall, with great chunks of the walking surface is missing. Picture Gill Martin.
Sennen took a pounding, with this video captured of the spray blasting over the seaside village.
Posted on Youtube by Roger Sharp, editor of Carve magazine.
Loe Bar in the recent wild weather. By Leigh Heppell
Perranporth, Cornwall. Tidal Surge 7.40am. Sunday, January 5. Via Youtube by Mark Thomas.
St Agnes Schooners balcony snapping on January 6. Video Toby Parkins via youtube.