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More images of Millendreath Cornwall.

More images of Millendreath Cornwall.

Mutton Cove near Godrevy Cornwall.

Mutton Cove near Godrevy Cornwall.

Images near Linkinhorne Cornwall. The Hurlers, Cheesewring and Sharp Tor.

Images near Linkinhorne Cornwall. The Hurlers, Cheesewring and Sharp Tor.

More paintings by John Brenton.

More paintings by John Brenton.

Black Head and Hellane Beach, Trenarren Cornwall.

Black Head and Hellane Beach, Trenarren Cornwall.

More images of Pentewan Beach Cornwall.

More images of Pentewan Beach Cornwall.

More images of Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall.

More images of Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall.

St Levan Bay and Porthchapel Beach at Porthcurno Cornwall.

St Levan Bay and Porthchapel Beach at Porthcurno Cornwall.

More images of Porth Joke Cornwall.

More images of Porth Joke Cornwall.

Gurnard's Head (Cornish: Ynyal, meaning desolate one) is a prominent headland on the north coast of the Penwith peninsula in Cornwall. It is near the hamlet of Treen in the parish of Zennor, one mile to the west of Zennor Head.  The name is supposed to reflect the fact that the rocky peninsula resembles the head of the gurnard fish.  The headland is the site of an Iron Age promontory fort known as Trereen Dinas.  Almost entirely owned by the National Trust, the headland is also part of the…

Gurnard's Head (Cornish: Ynyal, meaning desolate one) is a prominent headland on the north coast of the Penwith peninsula in Cornwall. It is near the hamlet of Treen in the parish of Zennor, one mile to the west of Zennor Head. The name is supposed to reflect the fact that the rocky peninsula resembles the head of the gurnard fish. The headland is the site of an Iron Age promontory fort known as Trereen Dinas. Almost entirely owned by the National Trust, the headland is also part of the…

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