The Hydes' England Trip, June, 2007
Cape Cornwall is a picturesque hill above the sea.
We hike up to the base of the column for fabulous views of the sea
Scott on the path to the top of hill
Part of the way up I stop to catch my breath and shoot this view
towards our car in the parking lot.
Mary Jane and Jan are the pink and blue specks on the walkway in the center.
View of the coastline in direction of Land's End (about 5 miles
Land's End is just off to the right of the image.
The waves of the Atlantic Ocean crash against the rocks below
Closeup of waves
View from top looking east towards our car in parking lot
View from top of the small harbor with boat ramp
View of coastline in direction of Land's End (about 5 miles away)
Column on the top of Cape Cornwall
Mary Jane and Jan in front of column
Mary Jane and Jan start to descend
View of rugged rocks near the boat ramp
Between the two buildings and under the rock overhang are two
Closeup of the two artists
Approximately the view seen by the artist in the brown hat
Colorful boats on the boat ramp
Some rocks near the boat ramp
Ruins of a small chapel in the meadow below Cape Cornwall
Closeup of the small chapel
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