UK, Cornwall, WHEAL COATES: tin mine near St Agnes. 'Legend has it that the mine is haunted by the ghosts of the many miners who died there working in extreme and dangerous conditions.' (an example of the Poldark series on TV)
Looking down over St Agnes' most popular beach, Trevaunance Cove. Trevaunance is both a great family beach, with plenty of facilities, and full of historical interest with the old harbour and nearby mine workings. photo: (c) Stephen Rees
These sea stacks just off the coast of Trevellas Porth beach in St Agnes are the results of millennia of erosion. If you look closely can get an idea of the height of the stacks as there are a couple of people climbing up the one on the right.