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PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2023 3:45 am 
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Super pictures Paul! You can almost feel the atmosphere!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2023 2:12 pm 
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Those are wonderful!!! Really enjoyed seeing these and am so struck with the atmosphere like Michael said!!! Thank you so much for taking us with you on this journey!! and btw, you and Gill look sooo good, a sight for sore eyes. What a great trip-love it love it love it!!!

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 09, 2023 3:56 pm 
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Great photos Paul. I love a nice bit of drystone walling. All the times we've been to Cornwall, never seen Kerdroya or Colliford Lake, it's only about 90 mins drive from us. Must go!


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Here we go again... more from Tintagel .

Why is St Nectans Glen spiritual?
The Valley is the course of the River Trevillitt
The area gets its name from the belief that Saint Nectan, a 6th-Century holy man, lived in a hermitage above the waterfall. As the legend goes, he would ring a silver bell when stormy weather came to warn ships of the perilous rocks at the mouth of the nearby Rocky Valley.

Walking up the Glen (which is the upper part of the Rocky Valley)
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and the Waterfall at the top of the Glen (at the 'Hermitage' cafe and retreat centre)
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Walking back a different way we passed St Piran's Well
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Then, the lower bit, the so-called Rocky Valley

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and the furthest we could go towards the sea
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That is the end of my photos but In haven't seen all of Gill's :twisted:

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 11, 2023 2:30 pm 
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Those are absolutely gorgeous-I'll visit them again because they purvey such a feeling of peace and sanctity....and if Gill will allow, I'd love (and I'll bet others on here will too) to see her's as well. I am always enchanted by seeing the differences that people's camera eye's lock onto and capture...it's so remarkable. Everyone sees different aspects and put them all together and my vision of your experience gets expanded. I love it when that happens!!!

Those are gorgeous piccies of gorgeous places and it's not a walk for sissies either. You inspire!!
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Love St Piran's well!!


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