|Cape Cornwall and Cornish mining
||Cape Cornwall is where the tides divide between the English Channel and the Bristol Channel. Apparently.
The post industrial Cornish mining landscape has been the subject of thousands of photographs but is still very impressive if somewhat melancholy.
|Zennor and scary cliffs
||What was I thinking? A birthday holiday in Cornwall going cliff walking When I have the teensiest problem with vertigo. However this was the only walk that had me wanting to crawl along on my hand and knees. I would have done as well if we didnt have our daft hound bounding along looking for rabbits and birds to chase. Survival was a pleasant surprise.
The views over Seal Island were spectacular and it lived up to its name with 6 seals on the island and another surfing in the waves below us.
|Cawsand to Rame Head
||Lizzies favouritist ever walk and by default Scoobys too. From the carpark in Cawsand to the hermits house on Rame Head and then back to the Devonport Arms for lunch.