Winter Wheal. Wheal Coates Mine, Chapel Porth, St Agnes.
Boscawen Bright. Boscawen Street, Truro, Cornwall
Camel Hog. Large Porker seen outside a shop in Wadebridge (which is on the River Camel)
Coinage Christmas. Boscawen Street, Truro, with the Coinage Hall at the bottom.
Flying Camel. Windsurfer in the Camel Estuary between Rock and Padstow
Lemon Lights. Christmas lights at the bottom of Lemon Street, looking towards Truro Cathedral
Pydar Phlakes. Snowflakes of light in Pydar Street, Truro
Street Shine. Lights in Museum Street, Truro
Three Spires Tree. Truro Cathedral Christmas Tree
Victoria Vivid. A canopy of Christmas lights in Victoria Square, Truro
Wadebridge Wobbery. Highwayman stop traffic on the Wool Bridge at Wadebridge. In fact it is Wadebridge Lions collecting for Pudsey Bear.
Windy Wader. A windsurfer on the River Camel downstream of Wadebridge, Cornwall
Winter Walker. Brave walker walks in the surf towards Tubbys Head, Chapel Porth, St Agnes
Water Wings. A windsurfer in the Camel between Rock and Padstow
Windy Water. A windsurfer in the Camel between Rock and Padstow
Camel Carrier. Motor Vessel 'Black Tor' acts as a Ferry from Padstow (across the Camel river) to Rock where the camera is.
Porthleven Harbour. Laid up for the winter, the boats shelter in the inner harbour at Porthleven, Cornwall
Wheal Coates engine house, Chapel Porth, St Agnes, Cornwall
Wool on Water. The Wool Bridge over the River Camel at Wadebridge, built in 1436 supposedly on a foundation of sacks of wool let into the mud.
Wadebridge Window. The shop 'Fusion' in Molesworth Street, Wadebridge
Molesworth Street Wadebridge
Molesworth Arms, Molesworth Street, Wadebridge
Simon Shoots Sea. Standing at the sea edge, Lamorna Cove, Cornwall
Duchy Daffs. Alright, technically they are Narcissus rather than Daffodils, but they were still in flower on Restronguet Point on November 20th 2011.
Rosehip Restronguet, Rosehips growing on Restronguet Point, a creek on the side of the Truro River, Cornwall
Without a Paddle. Up Restronguet Creek without a paddle (because it's a SAILING boat!)
Point Point. The waterside hamlet of Point (Devoran) up Restronguet Creek seen from Restronguet Point