Black Rocks

You can find these picturesque rocky islands just off the coast of Holywell Bay, in Cornwall. For fans of the recent(ish) TV series Poldark, you may know this place as they used it quite extensively ...

The Celtic Cross

More often associated with the Irish, the celtic cross made its way across Britain during those early, post-Roman days. This one was photographed last autumn in Cornwall, sat upon a tiny church on the edge ...

The Foxglove

I know I’ve posted a lot of flower photos recently, but I can’t help it – there’s something infinitely fascinating about the various colours and shapes. Foxgloves are particularly interesting… it’s as though they are ...

The Ring in the Rock

It’s not every day you see something like this… do you have any idea what it’s for? Please answer with a comment if you have an idea. What did this image teach me? Sometimes all ...

En-gauge!

Here’s a slightly odd shot, of some no longer functioning gauges found in a tin mine museum in Cornwall. What did this image teach me? Bourdon vacuum tube pressure gauges are quite common.

The Silvery Thing

Here’s an unusual observation for you… it’s one of those odd, wind driven art installations. There wasn’t a scrap of wind around on the day I took this, but I made the most of it.

The Tall Grass

If you’ve seen any of my photos that I’ve posted online, you’ll probably see that I like to pick out a single subject and focus on that (often with a shallow depth of field), as ...

Single Shell

Something about this single snail shell appealed to me, I’m not sure what? Perhaps something in the way the light fell on the scene… What did this image teach me? I like black and white ...