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Rocks in Cornwall

My nephews playing on the rocks in Cornwall.

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3 responses »

  1. After all the Daphne du Maurier books I’ve read, I have romantic visions of terribly attractive people strolling about on the sand and shingle of Cornwall’s beaches.

    This isn’t quite what I’d pictured, but your nephews are handsome enough:)

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  2. South Cornwall coast – Megavissey is tropical and very different to the North coast which is very rugged and bleak in areas where Daphne du Maurier wrote her books. I am reading Jamaica Inn at the moment it’s quite frightening!

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