I am back. I was off for a while feeling unwell so writing took a back seat.
We have just come back from our holiday in Cornwall. We stayed in a new house this time. Whilst we were on holiday the weather wasn’t too great. But it is still Cornwall, which is lovely.
No matter what the weather the colours are always stunning. You get a lot of Artists in Cornwall, whether it’s Rowena Cade the creator of the stunning Minack Theatre or Barbara Hepworth, whose sculptures you may be familiar with if you have visited Cornwall or the Hepworth Museum in Wakefield.
Saint Ives is full of artists and it’s an amazing place to draw, paint and just be. The lighting hits things differently in Cornwall. More specifically in Saint Ives. Even if it is raining the blues, green and greys from the ocean look tinted with silver as the light ascends on the town.
I really wish I could live there. Here are a few of the photo’s I took this last week.
This is a photo looking out from the headland. Peering between two rocks over the cliff. I think black and white photography can be quite intense as it shows more detailing.
We went out to Mousehole to have some lunch at The Ship Inn. You can walk from a car park past the rocks around to the harbour. On Sunny days like this one the see glistens as it is struck by the sunlight.
Being Visually Impaired I find photography to be more accessible to me, if I see something which I think I like I can just grab my phone or camera and just capture that moment.
In my blog I have tried to share a few other photos I have taken to share with you one of the things which I enjoy doing with my time.
We really enjoyed our holiday and we are looking forward to going back soon.