Tuesday, 6 October 2015

From a great height - Thematic Photography.

This is a bit late for last week's theme but all the photos were taken then, during our holiday in Cornwall.

St Mawgan - from a third floor window
Mawgan Porth from a cliff walk
Beach with no access from the cliffs along the coastal path
Same beach - no way up if you get caught by the sea
Still looks inviting
From a great height the holiday ends looking down at the clouds.

Homeward bound
There's still time to look down from a great height elsewhere by following the links at Carmi's Thematic-Photographic-351.

8 comments:

Michelle said...

That is a beautiful view of the countryside.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

no perches above the beach like that around here

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Bob - wonderful shots ... makes me homesick for Cornwall and then the plane - reminds me of being above the clouds at Perranporth ... gorgeous reminders ... looks like glorious weather and a very happy time. Cheers Hilary

L. D. said...

These all are such wonderful shots. The beach is mysterious but one would have to stay away. Getting caught down there would be awful.

Lisa Shafer said...

Lovely cliffs. :)
I'd love to see Cornwall. I've always wanted to see Penzance and Land's End. :)

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Love those beaches and cliffs, Bob.
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Gilly said...

Great cliffs - and a great walk along them! Cornwall looks so inviting. You flew down there?

Bob Scotney said...

Too old for an 8 hour drive, Gilly. Flew Manchester to Newquay. Newquay airport is at St Mawgan.