A shorter than usual post today as I have had a small computer problem - but will soon be sorted! Plenty of photos on my previous post - 24 to be precise.
Anyway, today's four photos show that it does rain in Cornwall at times. The photos are all of St.Austell. Above shows the White Hart Hotel, Restaurant and Bar with the 'Red Bank', a Grade II listed building, in the background.
The listing for the Red Bank reads:
"A large 'Queen Anne' style 4 storeyed bank building occupying a prominent location in the centre if St. Austell. The building was designed by Silvanus Trevail and was completed in 1898"
Opposite the White Hart is the Holy Trinity church, where a Royal Mail van (photo below) decided to park while deliveries were made.
The Holy Trinity Church tower dates back to between 1478 and 1487, though there has been a church here for many more years.
I'll finish with a rainbow above the chimney pots - where troubles melt like lemon drops - well that's how the song goes.
Have a Happy Day.