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27/01/2009

St Mawes, Cornwall, England


This is a photo of St Mawes, a small town opposite Falmouth, on the south coast of Cornwall, United Kingdom. It lies on the east bank of the Carrick Roads, a large waterway created after the Ice Age from an ancient valley which flooded as the melt waters caused the sea level to rise dramatically, creating an immense natural harbour, the third largest in the world.

See below photo and info from
St Mawes info and Tourism Information.

1 comment:

roentarre said...

Excellent colour and contrast there. Surely Sony A700 is a good performer too to allow you to have such great photography as well. Your skill really matches this beautiful gear well.

Love to try out the camera one day myself.

Your eye is one of the most unique ones I have seen :)