GCHQ Bude, a satellite ground station and eavesdropping centre, Cornwall.
GCHQ Bude II, Cornwall.
GCHQ Bude III, Cornwall.
GCHQ Bude IV, Cornwall.
GCHQ Bude V, Cornwall.
GCHQ Bude VI, Cornwall.
Lower Sharpnose Point from Higher Sharpnose Point, Cornwall.
Ruined coast guard lookout on Higher Sharpnose point, Cornwall.
Interior of ruined coast guard lookout on Higher Sharpnose point, Cornwall.
Vicarage Cliff from Higher Sharpnose point, Cornwall.
Hawker’s Hut, where clergyman Robert Stephen Hawker (1803 – 1875) spent many hours writing poems and smoking opium, Cornwall.
Hawker’s Hut interior, built from driftwood and timber retrieved from shipwrecks, Cornwall.
Hawker’s Hut, view out to the Atlantic ocean, Cornwall.
Gull Rock & Knap Head, Cornwall.
Coast path up Yeolmouth Cliff, Cornwall.
Marsland beach, Cornwall.
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Camp at Marsland Mouth, by the Cornwall – Devon border.
British Architectural & Landscape Photographer.
Did you photograph the satellite dishes with a zoom lens, or were you actually able to get that close?
yes with a telephoto lens
love the steps and all your other photos – great to see the lovely views and artistic shots too, I walked the south side of the Humber from Barton to Cleethorpes on Saturday and Sunday – lovely walk and camped just opposite Hull Deep on the far side of the Humber – great route through a few dock areas but around Immingham the route goes inland and the path is poor along the main road, so glad to get back to the coast of the Humber. I used to use a solo tent but the bivy is so much lighter and easier
I think the steps convey how step the paths are here – its hard to get across in photos. Glad to hear your Humber walk is progressing – I used a bivvy in my twenties but I like my tent now especially as it’s only 800 grams!
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