Saturday, 21 May 2011

A taster of my week.

One week away, two beloved friends visited, one in Devon and one in Cornwall, lots of places seen, 147 photographs taken, lots of alcohol drunk, conversations enjoyed. Now home and so to bed!

Surfing beach, St Ives, Cornwall


St Michel's Mount, Penzance, Cornwall


Trebar Gardens, Falmouth, Cornwall


Fishing Fleet, Newlyn, Cornwall


Harbour, St Ives, Cornwall


River Fowey, Fowey, Cornwall


Thatched Cottage, Cockington, Devon


Babbacombe Beach, Babbacombe, Devon

13 comments:

Paula said...

Glad you have had a great week. Oh I would have loved seeing Devon.

Mel said...

OH my gosh.....and a bitty cottage with a thatched roof to boot!
You, my dear, had a magnificent time of it--147 photos later.... :-)

Merry ME said...

If all 147 are like these I think I could sit and watch a slide show for hours!

GaynorB said...

Can't wait to see and read all about your holiday. The taster is pretty good so I'm looking forward to it!

You really needed that break...........

Angela said...

Good to have you back. You sure have lots to tell us! The pictures are all so beautiful!
(haha, veri word says conac, sounds like cognac)

Midwest to Midlands said...

Loks and sounds like you had a great time away. Will be looking forward to hearing more of your adventures!

diney said...

wow - sounds a great holiday! I adore St Ives.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

A lovely trip with lots of material for BW :)

Pam said...

I'm beginning to think that photos are the only way I'm going to get to see this part of England so bring 'em on! Looking forward to hearing more about your holiday dear Mandy.xx

Helen said...

I enjoy your visits to my blog ... and I so enjoy images of your country! Drinking, laughing, eating, dancing, talking ... we all deserve these treats.

More photos, please?

nitebyrd said...

What beautiful pictures! You must have had a wonderful week! Lucky you!

karen said...

Lovely photos of such a photogenic part of the world! Did you only limit yourself to 147??

janis said...

these are absolutely stunning FireByrd! So lovely to see! Please share more!