Category Archives: Cornwall

Shooting in the Dying Light

All summer I have known my vision was deteriorating. I could no longer read the road signs as I drove, reading was getting harder and computer work was a nightmare. Then on October 20 the verdict came. I have developed … Continue reading

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Madron Holy Well and Chapel

We were down in West Cornwall, the oldest part of the county called Penwith. Just outside the town of Madron there is an ancient holy well which probably dates back to prehistoric times. Just down the path is a Celtic … Continue reading

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Shearing Sheep

A couple of years ago I got a chance to photograph a couple preparing their Zwarbles for the Royal Cornwall Show. It was a fascinating project, taking me into the world of sheep, county shows, pedigree lines and small farming. … Continue reading

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