Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Stones and open spaces

Stone from Widemouth bay: what are those lines? Geologists?

I criss-crossed Cornwall and Devon over the last long weekend. Geology written large across the landscape, Tors in Dartmoor, old seabeds and strata exposed on Cornish seasides. I wish I knew more, I wish I remembered all I read clearly.

Pony in Dartmoor National park

Crockern Tor in Dartmoor

A hare at Lizard point
Seaweed at Widemouth bay
A seagull at Tintagel
The same bird

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

oooh tintagel. according to mary stewart that's where king arthur was conceived.
V

Natasha said...

If he ever existed! The evidence is apparently quite scarce.

Anonymous said...

Hope you would be more regular at blogging. I miss your pictures and observations.

Natasha said...

I am returning to India, so things will change again. I don't know if it means there will be more blogging time though :)