Coverack beach

Another day, another stunning Cornish beach – this time it is Coverack that is in our sights. Coverack is a picturesque fishing village on the eastern coast of the Lizard peninsula. Enjoy this glorious photo dump of blue water and blue skies!

Colourful house at lizard

Feeling a bit droopy after being dragged away from Kynance Cove but I am immensely cheered up with the discovery of some colourful homesteads at Lizard. This stunning cerise joy is a vivid sight to behold! Especially when the sunlight hits it. Few things fill me with quite so much delight as a brightly colouredContinue reading “Colourful house at lizard”

Charlestown

The next (literal) port of call on our Cornish explorer is the beautiful little town of Charlestown. The little town has a wonderful, unspoiled example of a late Georgian working port. It was constructed between 1791 and 1801 by Charles Rashleigh who was an entrepreneur and member of a local landowning family. It was builtContinue reading “Charlestown”

Perfect Polperro

Polperro – meaning Pyra’s cove is a large village, civil parish, and fishing harbour within the Polperro Heritage Coastline in south Cornwall. It’s a steep walk down to this picture postcard perfect village but it’s well worth the effort. It’s idyllic appearance comes complete with tightly-packed ancient fishermen’s houses which survive almost untouched, a quaintContinue reading “Perfect Polperro”

Plymouth art

Fresh off the little boat from Cornwall back to Plymouth I spy a colourful sights – the Plymouth covid wall art. Full of peoples reactions to the global pandemic, lockdown, vaccinations and everything coronavirus related. Not all voices agree of course – and this piece laments the perceived loss of freedom and governmental control thatContinue reading “Plymouth art”