A portrait of Mary Queen Of Scots taken at the National Trust Montacute House
The photo make me think of people climbing the stairway to heaven, I took the photo in Cornwall on the South West coastal path between Land’s End and Sennen Cove.
Geevor tin mine is in Cornwall between the villages of Pendeen and Trewellard. The mine was operational between 1911-1990 during which time the mine produced around 50,000 tons of black tin. The mine now is a Tourist attraction where you can walk through buildings see original machinery, go underground a tour into Wheal Mexico, an 18th Century mine. There is also a shop and café that overlooks the Atlantic ocean.
Now look after by the National Trust. The Tudor / Stuart mansion once owned by Sidney Godolphin 1st Earl of Godolphin [ 1652 – 1732] and served in Parliament for nearly 50 years, and also Governor of the Isles of Scilly.
Taken in the meadow looking up of a side view of the Castle on Holy Island, Northumberland on the North East coast of England.
National Trust for Scotland, Photo was taken in March
Sea mist clearing to show one of Cornwall iconic rocky island, with its medieval church and castle.
Taken on the North Cornwall coast path Looking across Bedruthan beach
St Michaels Mount shrouded in sea mist