Winter trees

The current stormy conditions are keeping me indoors, so time to look at some of the photos that I took before the end of the year but never made it onto the blog. This is a photo that has been shown before, but not quite like this. The way these trees frame the lane on…

The Claw

A country stroll Turns into a nightmare When you discover that the public pathway Is not all it seems. That solid looking earth parts beneath your feet without warning. You fall into the foul smelling underground of a long lost mine shaft. You scream Your mouth forming a terrified O Your fingers clawing the edge…

A lot like Lowry

A blogging friend of mine once said how much she loved my ‘signature’ ant people as I photograph beaches from the cliff tops. So here’s a recent one for her.

Horse and Carriage

Most of the Cornish ‘hedges’ are made out of stone with all manner of native plants finding homes in the nooks and crannies, but occasionally you come across rustic fences comprising of chunky posts and strings of barbed wire – usually around arable land. It is, however, unusual to see a horse and carriage heading…

Sea Foam

Daily Post Photo Challenge | scale

cornwall in colours: grey

A stormy day on Praa Sands looking towards Rinsey Head and the Lizard. Looking at those clouds you have to wonder why we carried on down the Lizard…