Port Isaac is a small and picturesque fishing village on the Atlantic coast of north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The nearest towns are Wadebridge and Camelford, both ten miles away. Port Gaverne, commonly mistaken to be part of Port Isaac, is a nearby hamlet that has its own history. The meaning of the Cornish name is "corn port", indicating a trade in corn from the arable inland district.
Taken over on Bodmin Moor on a great day out with Simon think this is looking towards Rough Tor fron Showery Tor, not too sure which was which. The sun was rather bright with not much decent cloud about so used the 4 stop to see what could be done with that sky. Best to view in Lightbox, press L. Canon EOS 5D Mark II Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM Exposure 1/8 second @ f/16 Filter used Lee 4 stop grad I appreciate all comments left and constructive criticism is welcome. Go…
Rough Tor Rocks, Bodmin Moor, Near Camelford, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom Photographic Print by Roy Rainford | Art.com
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Slaughter Bridge 3m long inscribed stone, Camelford. Also known as King Arthur's Tomb due to a misreading of the inscription, "LATINI IC IACIT FILIUS MACARI" 'Latinus lies here, son of Macarius'. An Ogam inscription on one side of the stone reads 'LATINI'.