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Inspired by Cornwall, made in Cornwall 

19th August 2011

Posted on August 19, 2011

Have you noticed the heather and gorse at the moment? It is quite breathtaking. Out on the cliffs near where I live at Nanquidno and Nanjizal is stunning – a glorious undulating patchwork of mauve, purple and yellow. It is quite difficult to capture in a photograph the impact made when seeing it in person – the massive stretches of it, yet with so much beautiful and intricate detail and colour. Anyway, I like trying – here are a couple of my attempts.


I recently took a few photos at a Victorian Harvest day, held on a farm above Mounts Bay. A team of 3 heavy horses ploughing, a threshing machine powered by a traction engine, various horse drawn carts and all workers were Victorian clad. It was a great insight into how things used to be done, and a wonderful spectacle for all photographers like me.
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