Bosigran Boy. Juris walks below the rocky pile of Bosigran Castle, Zennor, Cornwall
Cligga and Bawden. The rocky finger of Cligga Head (used by brave local fishermen) and the twin rocks of Man and His Man (Bawden Rocks) off St Agnes Head, Cornwall
Cornish Quoit. A small 'Quoit', one of dozens remaining on West Penwith. Likely to be the remaining structure of a burial mound.
Lanyon Lad. Lanyon Quoit, a 'table' of large granite boulders from amongst those scattered all over these hills. Possibly as old as Stonehenge, and maybe the interior framework for aburial mound that was later covered with stones and turf - now collapsed.
Mare Molar. A giant 'tooth' of rock juts up through the Atlantic surf beneath Bosigran Castle, Zennor, Cornwall
Mineral Mare. Towanroath Shaft of Wheal Coates Tin Mine, Chapel Porth, St Agnes, Cornwall
Mousehole without hole. The harbour at Mousehole is blocked up with timber baulks for the winter.
Ship Inn Shine. The roof of the Ship Inn, Mousehole shines in winter sun and the remaining Christmas Lanterns glow in the shafts
Ship Side. South Cliff, Mousehole with the Ship Inn farthest from the camera
Spraying Salt. This is the way that salt is spread in Cornwall in the Winter. Much prettier than yellow lorries !
Zennor Church. Parish Church of St Senara at Zennor with norman arches and later 15th century additions. Contains the famous Mermaid Seat.
Mermaid Seat. Commemorating the parishioner from Zennor Church who fell in love with a Mermaid who came out of the sea to visit him every night. One night she asked him to marry her and he followed her back to sea in the morning and was drowned. The 'Mermaid' is thought to have been a Dolphin.
Carn Golver. Engine house at Carn Golver mine, Bosigran, Pendeen, Cornwall
Crowning Copper. The Crowns Rock pumping house at Botallack Mine which struck it rich in Copper and Tin between 1842 and 1846
Sea Seam. Crowns Rock engine house for Botallack Mine, Pendeen, Cornwall. First erected here to save money on excavating from the cliff top in 1813. At its height Botallack mine went to a depth of 250 fathoms below the sea and half a mile outwards