Bright colours in the photos but they were all snapped during the month of January - as you can tell by the bare trees.
The Bodinnick Ferry crosses the River Fowey from the town of Fowey to Bodinnick and vice versa. There is believed to have been some sort of ferry here since the 13th century.
The ferry takes cars, motor homes, cycles and walkers. At the time of writing the fare for a car is five pounds and two pounds for a foot passenger.
This is often called Daphne du Maurier country. She once once lived at a house appropriately called Ferryside. You can see this in the above photo to the right of the picture and again, in the photo below - it's the house at the front of the picture.
Du Maurier's first novel The Loving Spirit, published in 1931, was written here along with several of her earlier books.