Abandoned mine

Abandoned mine

Taken on the North Cornwall coastline near St Agnes Head and Porthtowan

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Stonechat

Stonechat

A small chunky, and upright, the stonechat often perches on the tops of bushes or on overhead wires in open spaces. Heathland, upland moors and stretches of grassland with gorse thickets above coastal cliffs are the perfect places. Taken in Cornwall, whilst walking along a coastal path.

Wisley Church Surrey

Wisley Church Surrey

Wisley church is a interesting example of a mid 12th Century Norman village place of worship. The Black Prince came to Wisley church in 1344/5 and again in 1370 as he had a hunting lodge nearby, his name appears on a list beside the vestry door. It was confirmed by Cardinal Wolsey in 1531 that among the patron shown on the list of Wisley incumbents was the Black Prince.