Monday, 10 February 2020

Sea & Shore

This is a photography post. That's it. I mentioned in my last post that I didn't use my digital camera at all last year, and in the post before that that I had hundreds of unedited photos sat on my desktop, waiting to be edited. The two things are definitely linked but let's not look into that too deeply right now. The point is, I've finally started editing those photos. I am finally starting to pick away at the string holding the albatross of unedited pictures around my neck. And that's what this post is. A collection of pictures, from around Cornwall, that have been waiting to be edited and uploaded for more months than I really care to think about. I'm flinging that albatross into the blue, Cornish sea.

I think if this blog has proved one thing over the years it's that metaphors aren't my strong suit, and that albatross thing is no exception but, to be fair, that very much isn't one of mine. I hope you enjoy the photographs.






























Hopefully I'll be able to keep this momentum going and there will another blog post a bit like this, with a few other Cornish places, very soon. In the mean time, I've also finally figured out why I was unable to reply to comments on my own posts for awhile, and I can again now, so let me know if you've ever been to any of these places, or which one you most like the look of if you haven't! I'll warn you now, St Ives may look pretty, but the seagulls there are savage. One took my tofurky and cream cheese sandwich right out of my hand and clipped me next to my eye on the beach in that fifth photo. Vicious.

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