Close up of a rose converted to monochrome. What do you think? Does it work or should I try something different?
Another photo taken along the beautiful South West Coast Path near Tintagel in Cornwall. There appears to be what looks like a man-made entrance part way up and into the cliffs from this bay which was pretty much secluded. There seemed to be some brave souls who climbed down the cliffside to get on the beach but without knowing the area I wasn’t brave enough to try.
Close-up of a cross in the churchyard at Tintagel. There were some lovely celtic crosses there and the carvings were superb. With the cliff top setting the carvings had been subjected to lots of weather and in my opinion were all the better for it.
I love the brightness of this cuckoo pint (alternatively Wild Arum or Lords and Ladies) amongst the undergrowth. It shouts “look at me” and is an early sign that autumn is already on its way.
The sloes are almost ready to pick and are looking good! Not sure I’ll have time to pick any this year but if I do, then sloe gin for Christmas it is!
Another photo taken while we were away in Cornwall. A view of the waves coming into Trebarwith Strand.
Another scene from walking along the South West Coast path. This particular view is down towards Bossiney Haven where the dog was delighted to be allowed free range on the beach. The varieties of plant life here too were extremely varied and beautiful.