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Sfeerhoekje voor Kerst met natuurlijke uitstraling. Door carlag

Sfeerhoekje voor Kerst met natuurlijke uitstraling. Door carlag

Chapel Porth | Cornwall | The Cornish Life

Chapel Porth | Cornwall | The Cornish Life

Rough Tor, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

Rough Tor, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

The Devils Punchbowl, Wingletang Down, St Agnes, Cornwall.

The Devils Punchbowl, Wingletang Down, St Agnes, Cornwall.

Coast Road, Cornwall

Coast Road, Cornwall

"Hemy". Theresa Easton (Screenprint and book) and Ian Horn (poem) .Relates to Sunderland artist, Thomas Hemy who painted a Sunderland FC football match in 1895.Part of The Sunderland Book Project, curated by Theresa Easton.

"Hemy". Theresa Easton (Screenprint and book) and Ian Horn (poem) .Relates to Sunderland artist, Thomas Hemy who painted a Sunderland FC football match in 1895.Part of The Sunderland Book Project, curated by Theresa Easton.

Town view with frozen canal | From a unique collection of figurative paintings at https://www.1stdibs.com/art/paintings/figurative-paintings/

Town view with frozen canal | From a unique collection of figurative paintings at https://www.1stdibs.com/art/paintings/figurative-paintings/

The town of Fowey located on the South Coast (Eastern Section) of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The town of Fowey located on the South Coast (Eastern Section) of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

LEVANT | Levant, near Pendeen, western Cornwall: Engine houses ✫ღ⊰n

LEVANT | Levant, near Pendeen, western Cornwall: Engine houses ✫ღ⊰n

ROCHE ROCK | Cornwall: 'The chapel incorporates the bedrock in its structure. Built of large squared blocks of granite, it [is] a masterpiece of mediæval engineering. It stands two storeys high with a lower room in which, according to tradition, lived a hermit attended by his daughter who fetched water for him from a hole in the rocks known as Gonetta’s Well. The room above served as the chapel. The west wall has all but disappeared, the east wall survives near original height.' ✫ღ⊰n

ROCHE ROCK | Cornwall: 'The chapel incorporates the bedrock in its structure. Built of large squared blocks of granite, it [is] a masterpiece of mediæval engineering. It stands two storeys high with a lower room in which, according to tradition, lived a hermit attended by his daughter who fetched water for him from a hole in the rocks known as Gonetta’s Well. The room above served as the chapel. The west wall has all but disappeared, the east wall survives near original height.' ✫ღ⊰n