I had been to Cornwall twice before and know enough that its hiking paths are amazingly pleasant with the marvelous scenery. So on this recent trip I have made walks on the famous "South West Coast Path" - 2 whole-day walks (about 6 hours) and 3 short (1 or 2 hours), each walks were quite enjoyable though on some walks it's too sunny that I've got much suntan XD I loved its coasts - cliffs, rocky shore and coves, small sandy beaches ...and amazingly beautiful colour of water! Cornwall is a remote place and I heard that together with fishing smuggling had been a big business here in old days... and I could easily imagine the smugglers landing their cargos in those small coves and carrying them on those obscure coast pathes. Also I enjoyed to imagine the sailing ships on that beautiful horizon.
I hope my LJ friends would enjoy these photos as I did the scenery!
(Bessy's Cove in Prussia Cove. One of the most beautiful spots I've seen on the trail.)
(The lone farmhouse near the beach)
(Near Lamona Cove)
(The small stone church of St.Winwaloe just behind the small hill on the beach.)
(Church Cove near Rizard Point)
(The view from Tintagel Castle)