Scenes of Cornwall combined edition

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Scenes of Cornwall combined edition

  1. 1. scenes of cornwall combined edition
  2. 2. SCENES OF CORNWALLiMAGES TAKEN in the ancient celtic land of kernow by Rodney Yates METAMORPH 2012
  3. 3. SCENES OF CORNWALL I Clis ~ Bays ~ Coves
  4. 4. Church Cove
  5. 5. Pentreath Bay
  6. 6. Kynance Cove
  7. 7. Mullion Cove
  8. 8. Porthminster Beach
  9. 9. Constantine Bay
  10. 10. Stacks at Fox Cove
  11. 11. Treyarnon Bay
  12. 12. Porthcothan Bay
  13. 13. ABOVE: Cligga HeadRIGHT: Cligga Head detail
  14. 14. Perran Bay
  15. 15. Droskyn Point
  16. 16. Door at Droskyn Point
  17. 17. Chapel Point
  18. 18. Rame Head
  19. 19. Carlyon Bay
  20. 20. Gorran Haven
  21. 21. Newquay Bay, looking west
  22. 22. Newquay Bay, looking east
  23. 23. Mohan Cli – Land’s End
  24. 24. SCENES OF CORNWALL IISights ~ Landmarks ~ Wildlife
  25. 25. Lizard Lighthouse
  26. 26. Lizard Observatory
  27. 27. Cornish Cottage, Landewednack
  28. 28. Disused mine-shaft, Gorran Haven
  29. 29. Barbara Hepworth sculpture, St. Ives
  30. 30. Longships Lighthouse, Land’s End
  31. 31. St. Catherine’s Castle, Fowey
  32. 32. First and Last House, Land’s End
  33. 33. Trethevy Quoit Neolithic Dolmen, Bodmin Moor
  34. 34. St. Wynwallow’s Church, Landewednack
  35. 35. Gribbin Daymark, Fowey
  36. 36. Droskyn Hotel, Perranporth
  37. 37. Most Southerly Café, Lizard Point
  38. 38. Pirate Inn, Penzance
  39. 39. Inn sign, Padstow
  40. 40. Mariner’s Cottage, Church Cove
  41. 41. Towan Head, Newquay
  42. 42. Newquay Harbour
  43. 43. Temperance House, Land’s End
  44. 44. St. Michael’s Mount
  45. 45. SCENES OF CORNWALL III Sport ~ Surf ~ Shoreline
  46. 46. Biographical notes An uneventful boyhood and some academic achievements saw me through tertiary education,which I completed in 1972 with a BA Honours in Combined Humanities – an aegrotat, because of the emergence of diagnosable symptoms in my final year. I was 21 years old.The slur cast by the nature of my diagnosis ensured that there were no opportunities to pursue vocational training, so my vocation of librarian remains on hold to this day. No employment inany capacity left me with five years punctuated with a break-down, four months hospitalisation and continuing treatment for schizophrenia, until employment resettlement pointed me in the direction of a library supplier sweat-shop in Nottingham, where I remained full-time for fifteen years. Harassment and a poorly disguised disregard for my abilities and potential led me to abandon ship in the early 1990s.For many, schizophrenia is a life-sentence, but the redeeming quality of any predicament is that some good can come from it. This book has a worthwhile role in fighting stigma by displacing the negativity which hangs around the achievements of people with mental ill-health with something to sustain us. I am indebted for the encouragement I have received from a number of well-wishers, but especial acknowledgements and thanks are due to Peter & Jenny Moore ~ Roger Strange ~ Rosemary Renouf. Rodney Yates 2012 http://fantasticimagi.ning.com Proceeds from the sale of this book will support the work of Nottingham Mental Health Awareness Weeks

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