Cornwall

Growing up in Kingston, Ontario, Canada – the nearby town of Cornwall was a fairly dismal place. The original Cornwall is actually a beautiful coastal area in the SW of England. It is known for it’s landscape, and tin and copper mining history.

At the end of May, Laura and I camped near the village of St. Agnes, and spent several days making long walks along the coast. We also did a morning of horse-riding, but unfortunately no pictures were taken as I was too busy trying to stay on my horse as I attempted to learn to trot.

We had incredible weather, and there were lots of people out walking, swimming and surfing. Several times I was fairly convinced that we had actually traveled to California as opposed to the UK. Definitely a trip I could highly recommend.

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Cornwall coast.

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I am always impressed by the RNLI network. 

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Old mining infrastructure.

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Beautiful weather.

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Exploring a bit more inland.

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Contemplating the ocean.

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It’s always nice to be able to gaze out over large bodies of water.

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Happy to be together!

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Exploring a natural archway.

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English seaside, beautiful scenery but cold water! 

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Photo evidence that I seemed to be the only person not wearing a wetsuit to swim.

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Obligatory natural detail picture.

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Exploring the inter tidal zone.

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Beautiful in black and white. 

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Spectacular cliffs.

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