Historic walks in Cornwall late summer.
I have really enjoyed the recent wonderfully sunny weather with Historic walks which have taken me all over Cornwall. Today I thought I would share some photos from these expeditions. On an almost daily basis I take people around our beautiful Cornwall, particularly the Penwith area. Most days the sun shines on us during the day. Everything seem to run very early here this year. Multi-coloured heather is showing off in the moorland and blackberries are ready for picking.
Certainly, the fine blend of blue skies, green ferns, yellow gorse and multi-coloured heather just makes Cornwall now. It looks like blues from the sea reaches to the skies sometimes. So is it because the sea fog stretches out?
In the far distance you can see a building from Ding Dong Mines whilst in the foreground the splendid neolithic Men-an-tol stands strong. To improve your heath or become pregnant you must climb through the holed stone a number of times. Amazing to think these have been here since the stone age.
Ancient village Carn Euny.
On a sunny day, we set off for Carn Euny. This ancient village has a fogou. Fogous are a phenomenon that only exists in Cornwall. Here’s a photo from inside the one at Carn Euny. The walls are clad in green because of moisture and age.
Looking out over the Historic walled village of Carn Euny it is easy to see therefore how animals would have been kept and tended here.
On route to the village, there is an old tree decorated with colourful ribbons and more by an old well and chapel. It is quite magical how the sunlight shines through the branches of all the trees around here. Behind lies a grassy green meadow.
Finally, when I arrived back by the car park I found the sun shining down on some massive bamboo. It looked stunning!
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Have a super time whatever you get up to.