The landscape of south Cornwall is marked by the ruins of the tin mining industry, dramatic remnants that punctuate the sky.
Crevasses in the old stone walls provide the perfect place for small plants to flourish. If you click and enlarge this photo you will see the different varieties, including a very small blue plant like a miniature cornflower.
playing pitch and put on the green
St Ives has everything that you hope for in an English seaside holiday - I love it!
The narrow streets of this former fishing village are delightful to wander through
with it's many small homes and even smaller garden spaces lovingly tended.
to Porthmeor Surf Beach
and Porthmeor Beach Cafe, the best tapas bar in town. (Where I ate my tapas with such greed that I forgot to photograph them.) It's a favourite place to sit and watch the sun go down, the food is absolutely delicious and the staff very friendly - what could be better!
I remembered to photograph dessert.