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Do you believe in fairies? You will at the Wild Woodland Ball.

If you go down to Tehidy Woods today. You’re sure of a big surprise. For there you’ll cross over into the land of fae.

We arrived in a field. 620 more words


Angus Scotney - 16year old surfer

Sixteen year old Angus Scotney riding some rollers at Fistral and killing it.


Dozmary Pool and King Doniert's Stone 23 August 2014

More brief sunshine on Saturday. Photos from Bodmin Moor at Dozmary Pool and King Doniert’s Stone, which is actually two celtic cross bases, dating from the 9th century.

"Me cut baby's head off": murder most horrid in Edwardian Cornwall

The second of my posts from Cornwall.

Sometimes it is clear that an individual cannot be held responsible for their actions, however, inexplicable that action is. 407 more words


On interfering politicians, Daphne du Maurier, and a plea for the humble seagull

Some men are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. If your name is Malvolio or ‘Teddy’ Roosevelt you can legitimately make such a claim, but what about all those others who go in search of greatness for its own sake? 1,271 more words


Natural Sea Stone Bracelets and Necklaces

I love beachcombing :) I have found some amazing things over the years, but usually come back with bags full of stones and sea-glass.

The stones I use to make these are collected either from a beach in North Cornwall or from one in East Lothian. 125 more words

The Corliss Group Review at Artist Residence Penzance

Artists, and art lovers, have been coming to western Cornwall for centuries, but the picture-postcard appeal of St Ives, with its Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth Garden, tends to steal the limelight from its plainer sister, … 401 more words