Happy 2018! I hope you have all recovered from those fuzzy heads and food comas that come with the Christmas holidays!
It’s that time of year again when we look back at the past year and make resolutions for the upcoming. As we transition into a new year I reflect upon 2017 and the amazing memories that were made… here are some of my favourite moments from 2017 >>>
Isn’t it about time I composed a blog post dedicated to Cornwall? I spend enough time in the beautiful county (especially the St Ives area) to become a resident! Despite being a Devonian I am happy to share my love for Cornwall, I am not party to the Devon and Cornwall rivalry. However I do firmly believe that the cream goes on a scone before the jam!
Cornwall is beautiful all year round, but more so when the sun is shining. The shades of blue that take over the waters surrounding the Cornish coast can lead you to believe you are somewhere exotic. With it’s clean air and exquisite light, it enables my captures and love for photography to shine.
Fortunately these last few months, we have had some glorious sunshine and like our waterproofs we have shrugged off our gloomy moods and embraced the sun. One of my favourite things is eating alfresco and with the combination of sunshine and Cornwall’s wonderful eateries this is made possible but most importantly, extremely enjoyable! Surrounded by impeccable scenery and a cool, refreshing G&T in hand, I have found my spot for the next few hours.
With an ever growing Cornish photo album and checklist of places I have visited, I wanted to share with you a few of my favourite spots I have recently visited.
Christmas is a time for family and like most people I have family dotted around the country. Often this means you travel around visiting everyone over the holidays, so here is a little insight into how I spent my Christmas period.