To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
What a neat looking area..
This is a fascinating photo of low tide conditions. May I assume there is a story behind the name 'Mousehole'?
I had to come to your blog to see your photo of Mousehole. Every time I was in Cornwall we went to Mousehole, while we were staying in Penzance. Several times we walked from Penzance via Mousehole to Lamorna Cove. It was always great!! I love that part of the UK!!Thank you for sharing.
Mousehole, hmmm, much different than the ones I'm familiar with in the old barn. LOL I assume the water is a bit low....intriguing, none the less.BlessYourHeart
Another photographic looking place. By the way, how big is the mouse if that's his hole?
The low tide sure adds something extra to this shot. Well captured!
Enjoyed the use of a very wide angled lens - perfect for the photo.Makes a rat of the moose :-)
Mac: That is a cool view. I'm seldom in a place effected by tides.
what a beautiful scenary, hope someday i will be there, who knows :)..nice job imac..two thumbs up
Beauty of a shot mac. I was thinking the boats had been left 'high and dry' but it looks a lot more like 'high and muddy' !
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