The Hydes' England Trip, June, 2007
St. Ives is a former mining town with a picturesque fishing harbor on
the west coast of Cornwall. It has attracted artists since the 1880s
when Whistler and Sickert followed the footsteps of Turner. The town
has been adopted by many generations of artists keen to paint seascapes out of doors.
The town of St. Ives from the city parking lot on the hill.
We walk down hill to the harbor but later we ride the bus back up to
the parking lot.
St. Ives' quaint harbor is beyond the church directly in back of
View of St. Ives' harbor
The edge of the harbor is bustling with people walking and
People can be seen sunning themselves on the beach in the distance.
The view from inside the restaurant where we ate lunch.
Jan, Mary Jane and Scott are standing just outside its large doorway.
Mary Jane, Scott and Jan and St. Ives' Harbor.
I am standing in front of the restaurant of previous picture.
Shops along St. Ives' harbor
Closeup of people on beach
Coastline in the opposite direction from harbor
Shops along harbor
Harbor at St. Ives
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