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All year location many view points high and low
West Kennet long barrow is not usually as busy as the nearby and very impressive Avebury stone circle, a signposted grassy dirt footpath leads across a field and up a small hill to the barrow.
Levant tin mine is owned by the National Trust and is perched on a dramatic cliff edge. It has a working steam powered beam engine in its original building as well as the 1900's shaft head.
The lake takes about 20 minutes to stroll round with good paths all round. There are rivers to and from the lake too. Plenty of anglers use the lake so there's potential for some candid people shots?
A great location, park up and walk.
Guy’s Hole is the middle fishing lagoon of the three along South Gare.
This bay is full of boats in varying states of repair, and surrounded as the others by fishermen’s huts.
Paddy’s Hole, South Gare is the largest of the fishing lagoons along South Gare.
There is parking adjacent to Paddy’s Hole, but if you are fortunate enough to be alone at the location be careful not to park in your compositions!
Sand Hole is the smallest of the three fisherman's 'lagoons' along South Gare.
Port Isaac was and is a fishing village on the North Cornish coast. it has become very popular due to the tv series "Doc Martin" being filmed there.
Cadgwith sits on the South West Coast Path in Cornwall, a small cove with some rock pools at low tide, always a selection of boats as it is a working fishing village,thatched cottages, tin chapel.
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