Part of the triumvirate of rocky Tors that make up the summits of the Roughtor hill. The one that looks the most delicately and impossibly arranged, with a few large slabs of granite layered whilst the other Tors have a larger and more numerous scattering. I know I’ve photographed it before, but every time is unique, sky, time and fall of the light etc.
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Generally found either on the cliffs and beaches of North Cornwall or asleep at home. Knows one end of a camera from the other so often points the glassy end at things. www.cornishbearsphotos.com View all posts by Bear R Humphreys