Friday, 26 November 2010

Mousehole - Cornwall

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11 comments:

Darla said...

What a neat looking area..

Laura ~Peach~ said...

tide out?

George said...

This is a fascinating photo of low tide conditions. May I assume there is a story behind the name 'Mousehole'?

Reader Wil said...

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.

Dar said...

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

Gailsman said...

Another photographic looking place. By the way, how big is the mouse if that's his hole?

Staffan H said...

The low tide sure adds something extra to this shot. Well captured!

RuneE said...

Enjoyed the use of a very wide angled lens - perfect for the photo.
Makes a rat of the moose :-)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: That is a cool view. I'm seldom in a place effected by tides.

Fly said...

what a beautiful scenary, hope someday i will be there, who knows :)..nice job imac..two thumbs up

Rick said...

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' !