Land’s End

For over 350 years, visitors have traveled to this peninsula to visit the furthest point west in England.

Part of Cornwall, the original language of the area was Cornish, related to it’s cousin, Breton.  The English incursions pushed the language out of the area, but it has been revived over the last hundred years by the locals.  







Surinder meditates – with the koan, “Is this better than work?”















Two geese










1 thought on “Land’s End”

  1. I love that area, we stayed at Newlyn, next to Penzance on our honeymoon and I lost my watch at Land’s end. Good to catch up with you again at writers’ group Heather, look forward to hearing how you get on.

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