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, […]
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.
The landscape of my childhood, Part 1 Tarzan woods.
This tree is on the pathway walking towards Tregirls farm About a mile back from this spot towards Lellizzick is this tree know as the Phesant tree
Once you miss it, it is gone forever. – Henri Cartier-Bresson
Wasn’t life so much simpler when we were younger? If we go back in time… Before the Internet… Before Playstations, x-box or Super Nintendo… Way back…… I’m talking about Hide […]
Mighty oaks from little acorns grow Plants seed themselves and grow in the oddest of places, this baby oak tree was growing on a cornish stone wall near Prideaux […]
The latest image from the documentary project (The Trees of Padstow) Shadow cast by the late afternoon sun at Downstream close
Fog is, by WBAN (Weather Bureau, Air Force, and Navy) definition, the same as a cloud, but with its base close enough to the earth that it restricts visibility to […]