Beautiful Sunset, One Man and his Dog, Porthleven near Helston, Cornwall, England - There are some amazing shots from Porthleven with storms crashing huge waves against the pier (constructed in 1825) and even the houses! This week was calm, each night surfers were out catching the waves, in what is considered one of the best surfing spots in Britain (along with the nearby Praa Sands). Porthleven lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It was the hometown of Guy Gibson, the Commanding Officer of the Dambusters.
The Memorial to Nelson the Seal at Looe, Cornwall, England - Nelson, a friendly grey seal, made Looe his home for 20 years. After passing on in 2003, a life-size bronze sculpture was created by Suzie Marsh, set on the Pennyland Rocks. Looe is a favourite place for tourists, famous for its banjo pier and bridge. It's also a short walk along the coast to the beautiful fishing village of Polperro.
Looe (in Cornish Logh, meaning deep water inlet) is a lovely coastal town in Cornwall, England, is approximately 20 miles west of the city of Plymouth. It's split into East and West and this is the bridge which connects the two. If you're thinking of staying in Cornwall Looe is a great place to base. If you're a walker the coastal path takes you from here to Polperro, a beautiful route with secret coves and a waterfall into the sea.
The Net Loft Building, Polperro, Cornwall, England - Polperro is a beautiful picturesque fishing harbour in Cornwall, England, not too far from Looe. With it's rows of fishermen's cottages, interesting shops and boats it's a major attraction. In this picture is the net loft building owned by the National Trust.
Fishing Boats, Dusk at Sennen Cove, Sennen, Cornwall, England - In the distance is Cape Cornwall. Sennen Cove fishing village is a great place to base for photographing the west coast of Cornwall, with Land's End within walking distance and the Botallack Mines only 7 mines away. Sennen Cove Lifeboat Station was founded in 1853, next to this is the Roundhouse, now an art gallery, but originally used to house a winch for pulling boats up from the beach.