The Custom House – Penzance, coloured pencil
Back in early May I posted a photo of this girl on the beach in St Ives as part of my photo challenge on my other blog Travel Words. One of my blogging friends, Pauline, posted a photo of a lighthouse, so for fun I decided to blend the two.
Bottlebrush, Penzance – coloured Pencil
The Ross Bridge, Penzance – Sepia Pencil The original swing bridge was built in 1881 from an old railway turntable to give access to the Abbey Basin and dry dock. This bridge was replaced in 1980, constructed by local Cornish company Visick’s Foundry. The bridge, which opens to allow boats into the dry dock approximately…
Dry Dock and Abbey Warehouse, Penzance – coloured Pencil A large network of smugglers’ tunnels runs beneath Penzance, spanning out from the harbour to the Abbey Warehouse, the Turks Head and Admiral Benbow pubs on Chapel Street, and to Causewayhead and Market Jew Street.
Penzance Cat on steps to the morrab garden – September 29 2020
Penzance Harbour – coloured crayon
To fill in the dreary winter months when my garden is not very exciting (and usually too wet to go out and find anything to photograph anyway) I am taking a break from the Six on Saturday meme. I am going to post some photos that have been taken on my phone and edited with…