I've shot so many times now at Godrevy but I always seem to be drawn to the rocks on the beach to shoot. I guess it's the place to be but I found myself looking elsewhere on Sunday morning for something a little different. I love these dry stone walls that criss cross our landscape. I guess I'm more use though to seeing the dry stone walls of Yorkshire and Cumbria where little vegetation grows on them but the Cornish ones tend to be adorned with a carpet of mosses and grasses and a variety of wild flowers that I'm only just starting to learn.
Tintagle, Cornwal, Soutwest England