Day 74: Navax Point to Penhale Sands – Radar & Fest

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Cornwall, England
Gull Rock from Hell’s Mouth, Cornwall.

Gull Rock from Hell’s Mouth, Cornwall.

Seascape, Hell’s Mouth, Cornwall.

Seascape, Hell’s Mouth, Cornwall.

Seascape, Derrick Cove, Cornwall.

Seascape, Derrick Cove, Cornwall.

Remote Radar Head Portreath, part of the UK Air Surveillance and Control System, Cornwall.

Remote Radar Head Portreath, part of the UK Air Surveillance and Control System, Cornwall.

Web of the Lackey moth, Portreath, Cornwall.

Web of the Lackey moth, Portreath, Cornwall.

The Horse, Portreath, Cornwall.

The Horse, Portreath, Cornwall.

Remote Radar Head Portreath across the fields, Cornwall.

Remote Radar Head Portreath across the fields, Cornwall.

Sally’s Bottom, Cornwall.

Sally’s Bottom, Cornwall.

Wheal Coates, Chapel Porth, Cornwall.

Wheal Coates, Chapel Porth, Cornwall.

Polberro Cove with Cligga Head beyond, Cornwall.

Polberro Cove with Cligga Head beyond, Cornwall.

Cross Coombe cliffs I, Cornwall.

Cross Coombe cliffs I, Cornwall.

Cross Coombe cliffs II, Cornwall.

Cross Coombe cliffs II, Cornwall.

Hanover Cove, Cornwall.

Hanover Cove, Cornwall.

Mine shaft cover, Cligga Head, Cornwall.

Mine shaft cover, Cligga Head, Cornwall.

Coastal Path to Perranporth from Cligga Head, Cornwall.

Coastal Path to Perranporth from Cligga Head, Cornwall.

Chapel Rock, Perranporth, Cornwall.

Chapel Rock, Perranporth, Cornwall.

Barbecue, Perran Beach, Cornwall.

Barbecue, Perran Beach, Cornwall.

Tunes in the Dunes Festival, Perranporth, Cornwall.

Tunes in the Dunes Festival, Perranporth, Cornwall.

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Camp, Penhale Sands, Cornwall.

Camp, Penhale Sands, Cornwall.

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5 thoughts on “Day 74: Navax Point to Penhale Sands – Radar & Fest”

  1. another great set – like the variety of your photos – poor weather in some but still great photos – I tried to just “like” but I have to Join so will have to comment or nothing, lovely lighting in many and nice to see your tent – I must get out in mine soon

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    • Thanks for your comments, I always appreciate the mood that bad weather can give to well known subjects – so long as it doesn’t last too long! Yes it’s getting nice and warm for tenting.

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  2. David James says:

    It’s a pity there aren’t two matching radar heads near one another. Visible on the horizon from Sally’s Bottom. Because of course being as juvenile as I am that would amuse me no end….

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    • That is a shame! You’ll be pleased to know that I nearly captioned one of these pics as “Shaft at Sally’s Bottom”

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