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The Story Behind the Photographs – Morvah mine

Chris and I took two days off work before the bank holiday weekend, and drove the camper-van down to Cornwall. We had three nights and four days away altogether and in that time we saw Jeremy Loops play at Perranporth; met up with family; took several photos for Oshun and for the blog (such as the one at the top of this page); relaxed a bit, and even found time to take some photos just for the fun of it. The great thing about wild camping is that you can wake up right next to the most wonderful wild places, including this ruined tin mine. One of my favourite photos from the day I chose to have blown up and printed onto canvas for our living room. It was a beautiful morning and the pathway towards the sea was just magical….

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Cornish seascape

 

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Cornish tin mine

 

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Cornwall photography

 

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Cornwall landscape

 

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Cornwall heather

 

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Visiting Cornwall

 

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Magical pathway in Cornwall

 

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Magical landscape in Cornwall

 

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Fairy pathway

 

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Cornwall Photography

 

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Poldark country

 

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Cornish mine

 

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Morvah tin mine

I hope these pictures make it obvious why Cornwall is my favourite place to go on holiday. It’s also the most photogenic place I know. Do you have a favourite destination that always inspires you?

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