Thursday, May 19, 2011

Thursday19th May 2011 Mevagissey

A fairly long run by Cornwall standards, just under 50 miles from our campsite, but well worth it, we arrrived about 11 AM and set off into the little streets.
This is the cenotaph
And this is the point where you emerge onto the quayside
So we got busy snapping away!
AS you might expect the place is filled with "Golden oldies" cluttering up the place and enjoying the sunshine.
And we kept shooting! Here Pat prepares for her next shot
WE had just about reached the end of the inner harbour
And here is the dividing wall between the inner and outer harbours
And looking back from the same spot
And the inevitable man "messing about in boats"
Another view towards the village
Some bright colours here on boats and buildings
And at last the outer harbour, which always has some water even at low tide
By now it was lunchtime so we bought pasties (Pats Lamb and mint, mine traditional steak) and ate them on a bench on the harbour side, then there was time for a couple more shots before heading back to the car

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