Day 72: St Just to St Ives – Mine & Memory

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Cornwall, England
Cape Cornwall, Cornwall.

Cape Cornwall, Cornwall.

Embossed landscape, Boscean, Cornwall.

Embossed landscape, Boscean, Cornwall.

Engine house at Crown Mines, Botallack, Cornwall.

Engine house at Crown Mines, Botallack, Cornwall.

Gate, Botallack, Cornwall.

Gate, Botallack, Cornwall.

Botallack Mine I, Cornwall.

Botallack Mine I, Cornwall.

Allen’s Shaft Headgear I, Botallack, Cornwall.

Allen’s Shaft Headgear I, Botallack, Cornwall.

Allen’s Shaft Headgear II, Botallack, Cornwall.

Allen’s Shaft Headgear II, Botallack, Cornwall.

Botallack Mine II, Cornwall.

Botallack Mine II, Cornwall.

Allen’s Shaft Headgear III, Botallack, Cornwall.

Allen’s Shaft Headgear III, Botallack, Cornwall.

The Calciner stack, Levant Mine, Cornwall.

The Calciner stack, Levant Mine, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine I, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine I, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine II, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine II, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine III, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine III, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine IV, Cornwall.

Geevor Tin Mine IV, Cornwall.

Foghorns at Pendeen Watch Lighthouse, Cornwall.

Foghorns at Pendeen Watch Lighthouse, Cornwall.

Looking for surf, Zennor, Cornwall.

Looking for surf, Zennor, Cornwall.

Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall.

Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall.

Painter at Clodgy Point, St Ives, Cornwall.

Painter at Clodgy Point, St Ives, Cornwall.

Porthmeor Bowling Club, St Ives, Cornwall.

Porthmeor Bowling Club, St Ives, Cornwall.

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5 thoughts on “Day 72: St Just to St Ives – Mine & Memory”

  1. I’m thoroughly enjoying re-living my South West Coast Path walk via your superb photography. ‘The Perimeter’ is a truly wonderful project, thank-you for sharing it with the world.

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      • I reached Minehead in April. The 60 miles or so between Rock and Hartland Point are quite hard going most of the way, but it’s a spectacular stretch of coast, you’ll find plenty of interesting subject matter to distract you from the physical effort. I’m impressed to note you skipped all the ferries. Good luck to you for the rest of your journey.

        http://garyswcoastpath.blogspot.co.uk/

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      • Good to know what to expect. I see you avoided some ferries too. Falmouth Harbour was a 4 day detour! But I enjoyed the change of feel from the coast although some of the inevitable roads are quite dangerous for the walker. Enjoyed your blog – Porthcurno has a special place in my heart too!

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