Judy Addison 568
Truro, Cornwall
Live and kayak in Cornwall, swim anywhere I can, travel anytime I can, love photography, cycling, films, cooking and art. So many places, not enough time off work!
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Trelissick Garden, Cornwall, EnglandTrelissick GardenCornwall, EnglandThe woodland walk at Trelissick. Nothing nicer than a bit of watery winter sunshine.Loe Beach, Feock, EnglandLoe BeachFeock, EnglandLoe Beach 27th December. Much as I love the summer, this beach is really busy then. On this day there were few people, few boats, and water like a...Dubrovnik, CroatiaDubrovnikCroatiaPart of the wall of the old cityGodrevy, EnglandGodrevyEnglandThis is a beach near Godrevy Lighthouse where seals like to haul out, luckily there is no pedestrian access, so they’re left in peace to snooze...Dartmoor National Park, Devon, EnglandDartmoor National ParkDevon, EnglandSomewhere near ChagfordSaint Michael's Mount, Cornwall, EnglandSaint Michael's MountCornwall, EnglandOne of my favourite places to walk and take photosRockefeller Center, New York City, New YorkRockefeller CenterNew York City, New YorkThis is St Patrick's Cathedral, taken from the roof top of the Rockefeller Building, which reopened to the public a few years ago - possibly not...Empire State Building Observatory, New York City, New YorkEmpire State Building ObservatoryNew York City, New YorkAs someone who lives in the countryside I do love a trip to the big city, to admire the skyscrapers and live a different way of life for a couple...Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, New YorkSolomon R. Guggenheim MuseumNew York City, New YorkYou've got to love a building that outshines the art inside...The Standard High Line, New York City, New YorkThe Standard High LineNew York City, New YorkThis was taken while standing on the High Line, which is a bit of old elevated rail track on the west side of Manhattan that has now been converted...E 42 St/Park Av, New York City, New YorkE 42 St/Park AvNew York City, New YorkJust a little street scene in New York from a couple of years ago, with a ridiculous amount of yellow cabs in!Metro Station, New York City, New YorkMetro StationNew York City, New YorkI saw this in a Metro station in Manhattan, I only wish I could remember which station!Carrick Roads, EnglandCarrick RoadsEnglandLooking down the estuary towards Falmouth, the lighthouse at St Anthony Head just visible on the left.Carrick Roads, EnglandCarrick RoadsEnglandI love kayaking under the big ships that get laid up when not in use in the river, gives a proper inferiority complex though!Pill Creek, Feock, EnglandPill CreekFeock, EnglandMute swan not too bothered by me and my kayak.Trevellas Cove, Cornwall, EnglandTrevellas CoveCornwall, EnglandLooking at old photos and reminding myself when it was warm enough to walk barefoot on the beach...Black Rock, Cornwall, EnglandBlack RockCornwall, EnglandThis is Black Rock, which lies at the mouth of Carrick Roads. Carrick Roads is the estuary that goes all the way up to the city of Truro. The name...H M Coastguard, Cornwall, EnglandH M CoastguardCornwall, EnglandThis is Pendennis Point at the mouth of Carrick Roads (which is an estuary, not a road). There is a castle and a coastguard station, and a car park...opp Victory Inn, Cornwall, Englandopp Victory InnCornwall, EnglandI found this footpath the other day, could a footpath look more inviting? And if moss and litchen growing is supposed to be a sign of clean air...Blue Hills, Crosscombe, EnglandBlue HillsCrosscombe, EnglandOne of the old chimneys from Cornwall's tin mining days.
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