Cornwall Trip – St Michael’s Mount

Today I visited St Michael’s Mount on the Southern Coast of Cornwall at Marazion. Today wasn’t about Landscape Photography. I was a tourist and a happy one at that. I don’t recall having such an interesting day out in years. I was absolutely fascinated by St Michael’s Mount. So much so I bought the guide book after having a tour of the Islands buildings. 

I walked over the the Island and via the causeway and made my way up to the Castle. It was a glorious day and one I shall remember forever. I was intrigued by the castle and its content. The Church at the top and the spectacular views form the roof. A really great day and well worth the National Trust Membership fee alone. 

I enjoyed detailed chats with staff inside the Castle and the guy on the boat that took me back to the mainland. A really inspiring place for anyone not just us Landscape Photographers.






















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