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Natural tapestry

There seems to be a suggestion of tapestry design in this image of lichen photographed on a rock on St Agnes in the Isles of Scilly.   28 more words

Intermediate ride to Morgans, St Agnes 11 September 2016

The intermediate ride set out in good weather with the intention of riding to Wendy’s Coffee Barn (AKA Morgans, the artist formerly known as Presingoll Barns), via a circuitous route involving the much maligned Waitrose Park and Ride, a short stretch of the Ladock Valley and a sharp right turn after the railway bridge at the start of the valley. 771 more words

Ride Reports

In search of the Giants Footprint. (part 1)

The Giant’s Footprint is a natural Stone in Cornwall, with a foot shaped impression in it, the boulder is in the valley leading to the cliffs and coastal footpath nr Chapel Porth. 349 more words

Topography

A Shot In The Dark

Perranporth Reserves 2 St Agnes Reserves 2

St Agnes Reserves won 4-3 on penalties

(Although it might have been 3-2, I sort of lost count while trying to get a picture). 1,289 more words

Wheal Coates

For generations

children have dropped stones down the

shaft; a distant ‘plop’.

by Scooj

UK

Sunset, Spiders and Sweet Peas

Last night’s sunset was very dramatic. We walked up to Wheal Coates by Chapel Porth to watch the sun sink into the sea only there was a bank of cloud to prevent us doing that. 45 more words

Beauty

A Tale of Two Giants: The Bolsters

This story started off as a writing exercise: a re-writing and updating of a Cornish myth, the idea being to concentrate on the words themselves as the structure would be loosely based on the original story. 1,480 more words