Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Trip to Land's End Cornwall

Land's End is the Western most point on the British Isles. They have several undercover attractions including a Dr. Who exhibition but we didn't go to any of them. Instead we walked around.

Here are some pics of our trip there.

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Penwith House. Artist's Gallery and End to End Club room.

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The First and Last House, where the actual Land’s End point is situated.

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On board the Confide, a trawler.

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A circle of granite stones. You will find granite pillars all around Cornwall, remnants of pagan beliefs.

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The cliffs

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A panorama from behind the Land’s End Hotel. In the distance you can see the Longships lighthouse.

8 comments:

Sassy said...

Great photos. I am just wondering why the boat is off-sea?

Adam Dilip Mutum said...

They are for exhibition purposes only.

Lillian said...

Great photos. just look at the colour of the sea!!! Amazing !!

m said...

We were almost there in the winter of 2000 but it was already too dark to see anything. It is almost confirmed now that we are going to Aberytswyth in end of June, and we must visit Cornwall again. Your pics got me more excited!

mama22beas

Adam Dilip Mutum said...

Lilian: Thanks.

M: Cornwall is a really beautiful place. Guess I will have to make another trip - we only got to see a few places.

Polina said...

Gorgeous photos, really beautiful. Penwith House looks like a toy-house, so clean and tidy, like an illustration to some fairy-tale story:)

Startlogic Review said...

Hey..... I don't see any big tree over there... Is there any tree at all?

Adam Dilip Mutum said...

Startlogic Review: No! the extreme conditions don't allow for trees to grow near the coastline. however, there are some way inland.

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