MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

We arrived at the Camelot Castle Hotel in the evening, after a 7 hour drive from London. So – NOT to schedule.

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

and had just enough time before drinks with John and Irena Mappin and Ted Stourton to take a brisk walk to the headland.

iPhone Grab

iPhone Grab

Beautiful evening with the sun setting against the Mombresia – a lily that flourishes in the sometimes harsh and salty Cornish breeze.Good food and warm bed but nothing ever lasts.

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

Had to get up at dawn – not because I am a dedicated photographer – in fact I rarely relish rising. But the pup was sick – and to get sicker as it happened – and starting to … no you actually do not want the details but he could have put a fire out from his bum!

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

Anyhow, I ended up taking him outside the Camelot Castle Hotel, into the approaching squall and bumped straight into a Tintagel Rainbow. Very Special so thought it good to share.

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Thursday, August 20th, 2009 Uncategorized

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  1. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  2. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  3. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

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  5. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

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  7. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

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MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

We arrived at the Camelot Castle Hotel in the evening, after a 7 hour drive from London. So – NOT to schedule.

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

and had just enough time before drinks with John and Irena Mappin and Ted Stourton to take a brisk walk to the headland.

iPhone Grab

iPhone Grab

Beautiful evening with the sun setting against the Mombresia – a lily that flourishes in the sometimes harsh and salty Cornish breeze.Good food and warm bed but nothing ever lasts.

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

Had to get up at dawn – not because I am a dedicated photographer – in fact I rarely relish rising. But the pup was sick – and to get sicker as it happened – and starting to … no you actually do not want the details but he could have put a fire out from his bum!

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

Anyhow, I ended up taking him outside the Camelot Castle Hotel, into the approaching squall and bumped straight into a Tintagel Rainbow. Very Special so thought it good to share.

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Thursday, August 20th, 2009 Uncategorized

2 Comments to MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

  1. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  2. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  3. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  4. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  5. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  6. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  7. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

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MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

We arrived at the Camelot Castle Hotel in the evening, after a 7 hour drive from London. So – NOT to schedule.

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

and had just enough time before drinks with John and Irena Mappin and Ted Stourton to take a brisk walk to the headland.

iPhone Grab

iPhone Grab

Beautiful evening with the sun setting against the Mombresia – a lily that flourishes in the sometimes harsh and salty Cornish breeze.Good food and warm bed but nothing ever lasts.

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

Had to get up at dawn – not because I am a dedicated photographer – in fact I rarely relish rising. But the pup was sick – and to get sicker as it happened – and starting to … no you actually do not want the details but he could have put a fire out from his bum!

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

Anyhow, I ended up taking him outside the Camelot Castle Hotel, into the approaching squall and bumped straight into a Tintagel Rainbow. Very Special so thought it good to share.

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Thursday, August 20th, 2009 Uncategorized

2 Comments to MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

  1. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  2. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  3. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  4. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  5. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  6. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  7. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  8. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
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MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

We arrived at the Camelot Castle Hotel in the evening, after a 7 hour drive from London. So – NOT to schedule.

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

A Victorian Folly of Curious Proportions

and had just enough time before drinks with John and Irena Mappin and Ted Stourton to take a brisk walk to the headland.

iPhone Grab

iPhone Grab

Beautiful evening with the sun setting against the Mombresia – a lily that flourishes in the sometimes harsh and salty Cornish breeze.Good food and warm bed but nothing ever lasts.

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

A very red spectrum for dawn which was quite a surprise

Had to get up at dawn – not because I am a dedicated photographer – in fact I rarely relish rising. But the pup was sick – and to get sicker as it happened – and starting to … no you actually do not want the details but he could have put a fire out from his bum!

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

The old monastry church on the landline to Himself...

Anyhow, I ended up taking him outside the Camelot Castle Hotel, into the approaching squall and bumped straight into a Tintagel Rainbow. Very Special so thought it good to share.

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Stitched from three images whilst the dog was sick as a ... well, Dog!

Thursday, August 20th, 2009 Uncategorized

2 Comments to MERLIN’S MAGIC AT TINTAGEL

  1. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  2. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  3. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  4. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  5. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  6. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  7. Just saw these great photos of tintagel coudl you send me copies is high res.

    Thanks so much

    JOhn

  8. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
  9. John Mappin on October 3rd, 2010
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