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Tantigel where King Arthur beat Sir Lancealittle and where Tristan met his older.

a pictures of Kornwall

Tantigel where King Arthur beat Sir Lancealittle and where Tristan met his older.

comments (18)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 19 Jun 2014, 00:24
Looks like a lovely spot, Chad...very congenial...
gutteridge: Looks can be deceptive Ray, this place has been touristed.
  • ....peter:)
  • Moonbeam, Ontario, Canada
  • 19 Jun 2014, 03:47
WOW!!! this is a special place in the world Chad... and you have framed it all the way to the sea between the mountains... this is one of your best mate....petersmile
gutteridge: That is very kind of you Peter, I'm glad you like it.
Oh now I want to visit here! Beautiful shot - I love how that big slab looks like it's sliding into the bay- kind of like a glacier!
gutteridge: It is a lovely coastline E.
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 19 Jun 2014, 06:53
I can tell this is a photograph of the postcard you bought of the view you had that you thought was good enough to send to tiff but then you realised that you hadn't got any stamps so you thought what a good idea I'll save money and put it on my blog. Then you would have a bit of money to put towards the ice-cream that you are hoping to buy Norma. What a wise and thoughtful and visionary pensioner you are Chadruski.

Oh well enough waffle time for me to make that early morning cup of tea.
gutteridge: Swine...I shall not visit your blog today.
Looks a fine spot to take pix. NIcely done.
gutteridge: Even a fool could take a good picture here JA.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 19 Jun 2014, 07:36
That Kornish church has had its bottom sawn off Chad, maybe that Vagner should have writ an opera about that
gutteridge: That church has recently been vandalised Tiff, hand hacked off from four stone angels, paintings attacked and more.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 19 Jun 2014, 07:39
Oh, I have been there, too, and I was mesmerized by the intense blue of the water- and I saw a man swimming therein. I wished Tristan had met Isolt here. Your spelling is funny!
gutteridge: I get the twisting of words from my father I think Philine.
By the time my pictures of Kornwall are posted you will have done it all
gutteridge: There is still time for some second rate pictures to be shown.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 19 Jun 2014, 08:10
Deeply suspicious of this normal photography. I wonder if Philine is right? It would be a very subversive thing to do in any case.
gutteridge: I'm not exactly sure what you are suspicious of Mike?
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 19 Jun 2014, 08:11
Actually it is Mr Trim's comment I was referring to.
gutteridge: Aha you think it is a postcard, well I'll be, I'm not sure whether I should take that as a compliment or an insult Mike.
Love this capture of the Cornish coast Chad. This is an area that I haven't been to much
gutteridge: The coastal walk from Boscastle is wonderful Janet.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 19 Jun 2014, 08:44
It was a good place for a castle; ready access to a good range of tea shops from what I remember. Did the King live in the little building to the right of the castle?
gutteridge: He lived in the converted outhouse Alan, and made his fortune from showing tourists around.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 19 Jun 2014, 09:56
gutteridge: Thank you Philine, dramatic music for a dramatic place.
I would love to visit this spot with caves and the tiny beach.
gutteridge: Indeed Mary, Merlin's cave is pretty impressive.
We've not been to this part of Cornwall although I do gather Tintagel is very touristy. Very sad to read about the church, we came across two last week in Derbyshire where thieves had stripped lead from the roofs!
gutteridge: It makes one very sad Brian.
Lovely shot, Chad, lovely place, yet Arthur also has a round table just outside Penrith, he got about a bit, probably had a railcard....smile
gutteridge: Ha ha he was a canny individual Frank.
A lovely scene which makes me think of Brittany Chad!
gutteridge: Well true Richard, after all, it is a part of greater Celticland.
It looks to be a magical place, Chad.

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