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Thursday, 14 October 2021

Last night's peaceful sunset, The Cow and Calf (Bawden Rocks), Perranporth, Cornwall, UK.

Sony A7R4, 100-400mm lens, 1/750th, f/8, ISO100, tripod

#cornwall  #perranporth #bawdenrocks #sonya7r4

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Wednesday, 13 October 2021

Sunset, Holywell Beach, Cornwall, UK. As seen on TV countless times (Poldark and Game of Thrones etc.) 

Sony A7R, 24-105mm lens, 1/500th, f/8, ISO100, tripod

#cornwall  #holywell #poldark

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Monday, 11 October 2021

Yesterday's low tide at St. Ives, Cornwall, UK. Amazing weather for October!

Sony A7R4, Tamron 28-75mm lens, 1/200th, f/8, ISO100, tripod

#cornwall  #stives #porthminster 

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Wednesday, 6 October 2021

Charlestown Harbour, Cornwall, UK. As seen on TV countless times (Poldark etc.) Many tons of Copper, Tin and China Clay has passed through here to the rest of the world.

Sony A7R, 24-105mm lens, 1/200th, f/8, ISO100, tripod

#cornwall  #charlestown #poldark

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Tuesday, 5 October 2021

Gannet strangled by fishing line, Perranporth, Cornwall, UK. So sad to see another beautiful creature killed by man. 

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Friday, 1 October 2021

This morning at Godrevy Lighthouse, Cornwall, England. Just after a heavy downpour the skies brightened and the sun highlighted these dramatic clouds. It was wonderfully windy, stirring up the sea for even more drama. 

Sony A7R4, Tamron 28-75mm lens, 1/1000th, f/11, ISO200, tripod

#cornwall  #godrevy #lighthouse #dramaticskies

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Thursday, 30 September 2021

Yesterday's beautiful blue at the Cow and Calf (Bawden Rocks), Perranporth, Cornwall, England. 

Camera: Sony A7RIV, Tamron 28-75mm lens, 1/125th @ f/8, ISO100

#cornwall  #bawdenrocks #cowandcalf, #bluesea

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