Cornwall Lizard Peninsula
Cornwall full of childhood memories and as an Adult with a young family, now returning with my Grandson to the beaches i played and to the ice cream shops, just a great thing to do, this part of Cornwall the villages are picture book perfect with tiny thatched cottages clinging together at the ends of the valley in coves where a small fleet of fishing boats catch fresh crab and lobster.
Also i had planned a 2019 Calendar of Aerial shots around the coast of Cornwall, A lot went into the planning of this week, with the correct authorisations and take offs as this part of Cornwall has a lot of fast jets and helicopters from the large RNLI base at Culdrose, and have to say speaking directly to these guys at the tower is excellent and not an issue flying as long as you give the relevant flying area they gave me a timed slot to work in and once complete i phoned back to say i had completed, the only problem was the wind. every day for a week i had planned a sunrise and sunset shots so was up early but the wind beat me every time we had 50mph winds and gust of more, it died down now and again and managed a few outings but nothing i was happy with.
A week went by and my shot list didn’t get done well and truly beaten by the weather. It wasn’t all bad as the rest of time was eating great pasties, cream teas and of corse Cornish ale at great pubs and walks and relax in great little cottage in the village of St Keverne, which also home to the great Roskilly Ice Cream even in blowing gales I will eat an Ice Cream
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