Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Veiw from Ednovean Farm today


Perranuthnoe village set around the old church of St Piran and St Micheal in the valley, below the garden




The view from the Apricot room terrace tht we made to ensure each bedroom had a veiw to the Mount



St Micheal's Mount caught in sunshine - click to enlarge



A Cordyline framing the view to Perranuthnoe below the garden



Beyond the Blue room



The garden was plunged into the shadow of a scudding cloud

Occasionally there are days when you feel you could touch the far side of the Bay beyond the farm and today was such a day. Naturally by the time that Charles had grabbed the camera, the garden had been plunged into the shadow of a passing cloud but the Mount stayed bathed in sunlight and I think you could have counted the houses of Penzance, Newlyn and Mousehole across the bay if you had the time. So a special day today in West Cornwall