Cornwall, Around Mevagissey Harbour Part 2

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After leaving St Michael’s Mount we had another frustrating drive back to Mevagissey and arrived in the late afternoon.  The sun was shining so I went straight to the harbour with my camera and became fascinated by the boats and the reflections…

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34 responses to “Cornwall, Around Mevagissey Harbour Part 2

  1. Lovely photos!

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  2. Good shots Andrew, I have often done something similar in French and Spanish small harbours where there are interesting reflections.

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  3. Nice looking reflections.

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  4. Lovely reflections, they inspire me to go out and find my own reflections. The morning sky is dark and menacing so no chance today!

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  5. Now you’re speaking my language, Andrew! 🙂 🙂
    Happy drinking?

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  6. Mevagissey looks most inviting….it has always been a place associated with bad vibes for me….I was very ill as a child when we were there. So I have no nice memories of the place, but I love your images from there,Andrew

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  7. I love the effects, patterns and colours of the boat reflections. I have mixed feelings about Cornwall – as you say the traffic can be bad. We have said ‘never again’ after most visits but still find we are drawn there every few years!

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  8. Superb gallery – always leaving enough non-reflective material for context

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  9. Very nice. Calm waters help and colorful boats help even more.

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  10. Lovely photos, Andrew! I love a reflection!

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  11. Those photos are lovely. I’ve never thought to photograph reflections.

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  12. Alas, I seem to be falling far behind on WordPressing… your boat reflections in the water, however, prompted me to at least post a “BRAVO”! 😀

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  13. I enjoy scrolling through the galleries as a rule but this one’s not up to much, need to get with it Andrew. 😛 😈

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