Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Photos from near my home in beautiful Cornwall

Here are some informal photos, taken by me over the past year around the county of Cornwall where I now live with my family. These are some of the local landscapes that inform my writing, places where a writer can walk and think about characters, or drive and mull over plot lines, or just sit and stare out at a marvellous view.


The Camel estuary at Wadebridge


Rainbow over the fields towards Bodmin Moor




Lobster pots on the quay at Boscastle


Outside the Hall for Cornwall, near Lemon Quay, Truro

Bridge over the Camel estuary at Wadebridge




Near the Boscastle "Blowhole", North Cornwall




Late winter on Bodmin Moor, looking across to Rough Tor

All photographs by Victoria Lamb.

2 comments:

  1. Lovely photos. We were in Cornwall a couple of weeks ago. Boscastle is particularly enchanting and we loved the Witches' Museum there! A beautiful, atmospheric and magical county

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  2. Thanks, Catherine. We used to live in Boscastle, though we left just before the famous flood! It is indeed magical country. Vx

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