I'm back from my hols and the shop is now open again. My prints are currently on sale at The Grant Bradley Gallery in Bristol but they'll return to the shop after the exhibition ends at the beginning of September. :)
As you can see I've been in lovely Cornwall for a week and I was very sad when it was time to leave!
The picture above is a place on Bodmin Moor called Dozmary Pool. We stopped there for a picnic lunch but couldn't persuade the teenagers to get out of the car to enjoy the view. Even tales of ghosts and legends didn't change their minds! It's said that Excalibur was thrown into the water after King Arthur was killed and the pool is now haunted by the Lady of the Lake who guards the sword. There's also a tale of the pool being bottomless with a tunnel that connects it all the way to the sea. I wonder if anyone has tried to find it?
This gorgeous meadow caught my eye. I love to see wild flowers growing together don't you?
The day we had to leave was hot and sunny so joining the traffic queues needed to be avoided as long as possible and gave us a chance to spend some time at Marazion before we headed home. Here's the view over to St Michael's Mount. There's a path that can be walked across when the tide is low but as it was high tide, we found it completely covered up, so on this occasion, just enjoyed the view of St Michaels Mount from the beach which was lovely.
It was sad to leave and I miss it so much. I hope to go there again one day.x