(This is part 2 of my Cornwall picture travelog — you can see part 1, which features only black and white images, here.)
“Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” – Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad
More pictures of Cornwall. Justin and I came here with the sole purpose of seeing the beauty with our own eyes and walking the windy coast. My hair was constantly being blown into my eyes and mouth (it was one of the windiest places I’ve ever been–lots of shipwrecks here in the past as well; it’s the spot where the English Channel and St Georges Channel meet). Full of history, both ancient and more recent, we found that Cornwall is also full of friendly hikers walking their dogs on the South West Coast Path, which runs the entire coast. We missed our dog a lot so we made sure to say hello to every dog we met, which gave us the opportunity to chat with the dog’s owners. All brought together by this lovely place.
I shot both Fuji Pro and Kodak Portra 160/400 color films in Cornwall, but I’m only sharing my Portra images here as I’ve decided I prefer these softer color tones as opposed to the more saturated Fuji tones. Live and learn! Enjoy the images.