Day 59: St Austell to Boswinger – Corduroy & Velvet

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Cornwall, England
Docks, Charlestown, Cornwall.

Docks, Charlestown, Cornwall.

Seascape, St Austell Bay, Cornwall.

Seascape, St Austell Bay, Cornwall.

South West Coast Path at Silvermine Point, Cornwall.

South West Coast Path at Silvermine Point, Cornwall.

Gorse line, Black Head, Cornwall.

Gorse line, Black Head, Cornwall.

Hawthorn blossom, Drennick, Cornwall.

Hawthorn blossom, Drennick, Cornwall.

The Butts on Victorian era Black Head rifle range (The mechanism was for winding the targets up and down), Cornwall.

The Butts on Victorian era Black Head rifle range (The mechanism was for winding the targets up and down), Cornwall.

Plastic fields, Polrudden, Cornwall.

Plastic fields, Polrudden, Cornwall.

Harbour, Mevagissey, Cornwall.

Harbour, Mevagissey, Cornwall.

Corduroy fields, Chapel Point. On the horizon Sky Tip or Great Treverbyn Tip near St Austell made from dumped china clay, Cornwall.

Corduroy fields, Chapel Point. On the horizon Sky Tip or Great Treverbyn Tip near St Austell made from dumped china clay, Cornwall.

Hallane, Cornwall.

Hallane, Cornwall.

Turbot Point, Cornwall.

Turbot Point, Cornwall.

Lambs, Trewollock, Cornwall.

Lambs, Trewollock, Cornwall.

Shell curtains, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Shell curtains, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Harbour, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Harbour, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Kerb, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Kerb, Gorran Haven, Cornwall.

Seascape, Bow beach, Cornwall.

Velvet Seascape, Bow beach, Cornwall.

Cadythew Rock, Cornwall.

Cadythew Rock, Cornwall.

Cross, Dodman Point, Cornwall.

Cross, Dodman Point, Cornwall.

Wind blown Tree, Dodman Point, Cornwall.

Wind blown Tree, Dodman Point, Cornwall.

Gell Point at dusk, Cornwall.

Gell Point at dusk, Cornwall.

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3 thoughts on “Day 59: St Austell to Boswinger – Corduroy & Velvet”

  1. Richard Greenwood says:

    I think the blossom on this page is Blackthorn (sloe). Blackthorn blossom comes out before the leaves as in this picture – I can only see a few green buds. Hawthorn blossom is synchronous with the leaves. Also blackthorn has conspicuous thorns, often up to an inch long – many are visible in this shot.
    I grant May is rather late for blackthorn especially in the mild SW.

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    • Thank you very much – that all makes sense (and interesting) and in fact my post date is a few weeks after the event for photo editing. I’ll make the changes in a few days when I’m home….

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