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Tall ships in the harbour for the winter at Charlestown on a autumn day, the village and port on the south coast of Cornwall, developed in the late-18th century from the fishing. Has remained relatively unchanged, and now is popular with holidaymakers along with film and TV companies, part of Poldark was filmed around the quay.
© Paul Felix Photography, Twelve Beacon Park, Pelynt, near Looe, Cornwall, PL13 2PQ
Normanton Church Museum on the edge of Rutland Water on a winters day. Rutland's most famous landmark was saved from flooding when Rutland Water was created in the 1970s. Now with the floor raised almost half way up the church, it is a museum which houses dinosaur fossils and an Anglo-Saxon skeleton from the reservoir.
© Paul Felix Photography Twelve Beacon Park Pelynt nr Looe Cornwall PL13 2PQ firstname.lastname@example.org 01503 221069
Windswept stones on Bodmin Moor
A Windswept rocks shaped by the wind over years, high on Bodmin Moor below the Cheesewring a granite tor on the eastern flank of the Moor at Stowe's Hill near Minions Cornwall. Bodmin Moor has many Tor's Chessewring is one of the largest and most visited. A local legend says that the Cheesewring is the result of a contest between a man and a giant. When Christianity had just been introduced to the British Islands. The granite slabs formed by weathering. The name derives from the resemblance of the piled slabs to a cheesewring, a press used to make cheese.
© Paul Felix Photography Twelve Beacon Park Pelynt nr Looe Cornwall PL13 2PQ