Black and White, Landscape, Photography

View to Brown Willy from Showery Tor

At 420 meters above sea level, Brown Willy is the high point of Cornwall. Its name of course is guaranteed to make small immature British boys giggle until they are at least immature 50 year old men. American ones would get the same effect if it was called Brown Pecker. There was a movement by… Continue reading View to Brown Willy from Showery Tor

Black and White, Landscape, Photography, Print Sale Notice

Big Skies and big discounts

When I signed up with Society6 I didn't realise quite how hard it was going to be for anybody to purchase anything from them at full price! The discount offers seem to come thick and fast so, rather than think of a new way to tell you this news every time,  I've decided to take… Continue reading Big Skies and big discounts

Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Roughtor Clapper Bridge, Bodmin Moor

A clapper bridge is a simple form of construction used since medieval times, in this case it is built out of the plentiful granite slabs placed over some solid piers. This Grade 11 listed bridge carries the track across a small stream at the base of the slopes approaching Roughtor. What  always strikes me is… Continue reading Roughtor Clapper Bridge, Bodmin Moor

Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Ludon Valley, Crackington Haven

I have posted some pictures from East Woods before and it turns out, although I got that name from the signpost pointing the way to it, that I should be calling it Ludon Valley. Now people from the Crackington area won't be scratching their heads wondering where the heck the place I said I walked… Continue reading Ludon Valley, Crackington Haven

Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Roughtor’s Random Rocks

Around the base of the main huge granite boulders making the summit of Roughtor are many random smaller stones. There is no pattern, just hundreds of assorted and irregular slabs strewn around the place. A few are standing, maybe manoeuvred in a long ago history to point up at a significant object in the night… Continue reading Roughtor’s Random Rocks