St George’s Cove is a sandy inlet on the western side of the Camel Estuary, about a Half a mile or so north of Padstow along a beautiful clifftop path, […]
A Ghost ship, also known as a phantom ship, is a ship with no living crew aboard; it may be a ghostly vessel in folklore or fiction, such as the […]
Industrial Scars. Landscapes blighted by industry nevertheless have strange beauty. This image was taken early on a summer morning as the sun rises over Porthilly
There are many theories to account for the ancient practice of planting churchyards and cemeteries with yew trees. Some authorities ascribe it to the adoption of ancient funeral rites; others […]
The trees of Padstow Another two images take from the same spot to show the comparison.
Icons Of The Tarmac A walk from my house around the Padstow ring road to the recreation ground is 1.1 miles and has produced these my latest’s issues of peoples […]
More moans and groans of a documentary photographer. The last fifty years have seen major changes in the way that people buy their food. Fifty years ago most people bought their food from […]
On the 17th Dec the children of Padstow School did their annual Christmas carol service, with all the classes from reception to Yr 6 participating. Mr. Banks the Headmaster and Father […]
My Mum once said many years ago, “you don’t need to go outside Padstow to get anything, we have everything we need in this town, it may be a little […]
The landscape of my childhood, Part 1 Tarzan woods.