Day 68: Vellan Head to Cudden Point – Copper & Pinks

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Cornwall, England
Mullion Cove Harbour, Cornwall.

Mullion Cove Harbour, Cornwall.

Triceratops, Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

Triceratops, Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

Scovarn, Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

Scovarn, Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

Sea Pinks, Poldu Cove, Cornwall.

Sea Pinks, Poldu Cove, Cornwall.

Gunwalloe Church, Church Cover, Cornwall.

Gunwalloe Church, Church Cove, Cornwall.

Halzephron Cliff I, Cornwall.

Halzephron Cliff I, Cornwall.

Halzephron Cliff II, Cornwall.

Halzephron Cliff II, Cornwall.

Porthleven Sands, Cornwall.

Porthleven Sands, Cornwall.

Winch, Gunwale Fishing Cove, Cornwall. The winch was used to draw the boats up the almost vertical cliff when the area was a thriving pilchard fishery.

Winch, Gunwalloe Fishing Cove, Cornwall. The winch was used to draw the boats up the almost vertical cliff when the area was a thriving pilchard fishery.

Coastal Path, Porthleven Sands, Cornwall.

Coastal Path, Porthleven Sands, Cornwall.

Gorse, Porthleven Sands, Cornwall.

Gorse, Porthleven Sands, Cornwall.

Loe Bar, Cornwall.

Loe Bar, Cornwall.

Tyre, Loe Bar, Cornwall.

Tyre, Loe Bar, Cornwall.

Porthleven Harbour, Cornwall.

Porthleven Harbour, Cornwall.

Strata of pale granitic pegmatites and black metasediment, Tremearne Cliff, Cornwall.

Strata of pale granitic pegmatites and black metasediment, Tremearne Cliff, Cornwall.

Wheal Trewavas chimney, Cornwall.

Wheal Trewavas chimney, Cornwall.

Wheal Trewavas copper mine, 1834-46, Cornwall.

Wheal Trewavas copper mine, 1834-46, Cornwall.

Rinsey Head, Cornwall.

Rinsey Head, Cornwall.

Wheal Prosper Engine House, Copper and tin mine from 1860-66. Kinsey, Cornwall.

Wheal Prosper Engine House, Copper and tin mine from 1860-66. Kinsey, Cornwall.

Leap of faith, Praa sands, Cornwall. Cliff erosion has left this WW2 Pillbox sitting on the sand.

Leap of faith, Praa sands, Cornwall. Cliff erosion has left this WW2 Pillbox sitting on the sand.

Praa Sands, Cornwall.

Praa Sands, Cornwall.

Sea Pinks, Kenneggy Sand, Cornwall.

Sea Pinks, Kenneggy Sand, Cornwall.

Rock cut cart-tracks, partly cut and partly worn made by The Carters of Prussia Cove, Cornwall’s most notorious smuggling gang active in the late 18th century.

Cart-tracks, partly cut and partly worn made by The Carters of Prussia Cove, Cornwall’s most notorious smuggling gang active in the late 18th century.

Last light, St Michael’s Mount from Cudden Point, Cornwall.

Last light, St Michael’s Mount from Cudden Point, Cornwall.

Camp, Vellan Head, Cornwall.

Camp, Vellan Head, Cornwall.

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