A selection of recent photographs of Cornwall, UK taken with Nikon, Sony & Panasonic digital cameras

Updated Tuesday, 04 December 2018 18:21 GMT

 
 

Thursday 22nd November 2018 ...

 

Here is a further selection of pictures from our visit to the Cotswolds in October starting with this view from near Long Compton - I'm sorry that the updates have been infrequent of late - the next set of photos will be from back in Cornwall

 

 

Rollright Stones

The Rollright Stones - this circle is known as the King's Men and is said to date from 3000 to 2000 BC

 

 

The Three Fairies Dancing Sculpture

I'd not seen this recently completed sculpture of three fairies dancing before. It is by the sculptor David Gosling and his son Adam and I read it is made of woven hazel, willow, ivy and lime.

 

 

The Three Fairies Dancing Sculpture

The Three Fairies Dancing Sculpture - A local folklore legend tells that the Fairies come out to dance round the Stones at night. They would emerge from a hole in the rock at the bottom of a former quarry by the King Stone.

 

 

Lower Slaughter - The Old Mill

Wednesday 24th October, 11.30 a.m. The Old Mill, Lower Slaughter

 

 

The River Eye, Lower Slaughter

 

 

Lower Slaughter

This is Copse Hill Road in Lower Slaughter, voted the most romantic street in Britain in a Google Street View poll

 

 

Lower Slaughter

Reflections in the River Eye

 

 

Lower Slaughter

Autumn reflections

 

 

Lower Slaughter

The River Eye

 

 

Late autumn colour in Tehidy Woods

Back in Cornwall and almost back up to date, this picture depicting late autumn colour was taken on Monday 19th November in Tehidy Woods

 

 

   

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