Another trip to Oxford, this time to look around the City Centre. Again went with the camera club, Northolt & District Photographic Society.
Joined my local camera club (Northolt & District Photographic Society) for a little trip to Oxford to see the Waterperry Gardens. After 6 or more weeks of hot weather, some of the grass was brown, but the flowers were still out and looked great.
So this is a late post of the Falmouth Fireworks. This is because of my Friend, Colin (yes, another Colin), mentioned that I hadn’t posted these, and he wanted to see them. So… Colin B, here they are…
Visited Port Isaac, home of Doc Martin (Port Wenn), and St Nectan’s Glen (Merlin’s Waterfall).
Another busy day. Most of it had nice weather. We visited: Merry Maidens Stone Circle, Porthcurno and Minack Theatre, Mên-an-Tol, and Lanyon Quoit.
Today we took a boat trip over to the National Trust property Trelissick House and Gardens.
Still not a great day weather wise, but not raining. So we went to Trerice and a Japanese Garden in St Mawgan, new Newquay.
Day 5, I might start dropping the day count.
We are now in Boscastle, then we went onto Tintagel.
Day 3. St Michael’s Mount
Day 2. Flushing and Pendennis Headland.