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Godrevy Lighthouse
11-OCT-2013

Godrevy Lighthouse

Built in 1858–1859 on the largest rock of the Stones reef.
The lighthouse is approximately 300 metres (980 ft) off Godrevy Head on the eastern side of St Ives Bay, Cornwall.

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Graeme05-Nov-2013 09:56
This is a fantastic view of the lighthouse and its surroundings, Martin.BV
John Hamers01-Nov-2013 18:54
Great shot of this lighthouse, standing out so beautifully agains the background !!V
Ken Chambers ARPS01-Nov-2013 17:08
Perhaps the place to spend Christmas, away from the in-laws.
XiaoBernard9901-Nov-2013 15:31
A very beautiful place.
bill friedlander01-Nov-2013 15:25
The white tower really stands out in this rocky domain. Great view of the circular wall! V
Walter O. Koenig01-Nov-2013 15:17
Very well composed image. Nice detail and clarity. "V"
Stephanie01-Nov-2013 12:59
Stunningly beautiful scene Martin! I want to visit Cornwall so badly! VV
Colin Storey01-Nov-2013 11:35
Fantastic image of this lighthouse. v
McGarva01-Nov-2013 11:25
Great light and composition! :)
Missed Opportunities01-Nov-2013 10:56
Unique looking litehouse, especially with the wall around it; begs for an interesting history
Chris Morton01-Nov-2013 10:27
looks good with brisk wind conditions
borisalex01-Nov-2013 10:26
Great composition of the scene! v.
Yvonne01-Nov-2013 10:19
A beautifully captured image of the lighthouse! v
René Gysi01-Nov-2013 09:31
Water, light and fresh air. What a nice place. Well seen, Martin. V
Linda Alstead01-Nov-2013 08:53
I spent a lot of time on Godrevy point this summer and last, it's one of the few locations in the world where a very, very rare plant grows so if you'd been there a couple of months ago, you'd have seen me kneeling in the heather with my measuring equipment!
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