I am cheating a little this week in my submission for The Gallery. I have two photos.
From the top of Trencrom Hill in Cornwall you have the perfect view of Cornwall’s thinnest point – just a mere five miles wide. On one side you have Penzance – that bump in the sea is St Micheal’s Mount.
On your other side youhave views towards Hayle (the big beach you can see) and St Ives (hiding down below on the left. The little white dot is Godrevy Lighthouse.
These are not brilliant photos but this is one of my favourite spots and I wanted to share. The views in other directions are fabulous too, but I just love that you can see both coasts from this one spot.