Category: National Trust

Dry January-16 January

There is a fashion these days to have a Dry January.  To make up, so to speak for the jollies (excess of Christmas).  This was also the day 100 years ago when the USA brought in National Prohibition on 16 January 1920.  The policy was abandoned in December […]

Photography-Sitting Outdoors

A Greek beach resort has the advantage of the sea nearby. The weather is not guaranteed however Cornwall has some interesting places to sit as well Below are some deckchairs seen outside Agatha Christie’s summer home, Greenways. First there were four, then one then none. Does Poirot need […]

Photography-Beaches Cornwall

First is Holywell bay. This is listed first as those who follow Poldark will know, they apparently filmed Poldark crew riding their horses across this beach. See National Trust details below. Not sure where the famous scything scenes were filmed! The BBC however has officially listed all the […]