A grey Sunday morning so poodled down to the fishing village of Mevagissey - where the colourful boats brightened the greyness. Lots of fishing and other boats safely moored within the inner harbour.
|Mevagissey, Cornwall, Inner Harbour |
|Looking across the harbour from the opposite side|
All fishing boats have registration codes. The first two letters denote where the boat is registered. FY is Fowey and PW is Padstow.
On the breakwater, which protects the inner harbour, people were fishing by the lighthouse - built in 1896.
|Mevagissey Lighthouse 1896|
The thing about harbours is that there is always something of interest - whatever the weather.
Beautiful photo and the blog looks great Mike!!ReplyDelete
Thank you Pam - a few things I'm not happy with on the blog design but hopefully I can find a way to make a few alterations.Delete
You know this is a photo that I would love! Not only your choice of scene, but of course the quality of the composition! I'm going to enjoy this blog.ReplyDelete
Thank you Ann. The small inner harbour was packed with boats, some sheltering from possible bad weather which didn't materialise.Delete
My wife bought some fresh off the boat mackerel - some she will freeze for future use.
Thanks again for your encouragement with the blog, appreciated very much.