Quite a jumble of boats in Mevagissey's inner harbour. There are a lot of cliffs and rocks too - some sheltering the window in the photo below.
More rocks looking out to sea.
The harbour wall underfoot - a mixture of colours. Just think of all the people who would have walked along this harbour walls over the years.
Unfortunately these gentlemen haven't been successful with their fishing.
The Mevagissey lighthouse on the opposite harbour wall. The small lighthouse is made of cast iron and is hexagonal in shape. the The lght can be seen for about twelve nautical miles. It was built in 1896.
A very narrow road, or path leading to cottages.
The cottages have a fine view of the harbour plus the hill leading down to Mevagissey.
Boats in the harbour.
Looking across to the opposite side of Mevagissey harbour.
Bits and pieces on the harbour wall.
The harbour Office.
So, whose rock is this?
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