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The Far West
Beyond Penzance to the edge of Britain!

Lands End Peninsula

Lands End, Sennen, Mousehole,
Lamorna, Porthcurno - the whole tour!

Sennen Cove Harbour

I went onto the breakwater
so you don't have to!
 

Lands End Sunset

Watch the last sun in England
from the mainland's most westerly point.

Sennen Lookout Point

I climbed the hill so you don't have to
- now with flat horizon!
 

Gwenver Beach, Sennen
The beach of choice for
the serious surfing community!

Whitesands Bay
From Maria's Lane, Sennen
- bring back those holiday memories!
 

Aire Point

Gwenver, Sennen and the Brisons from
the northern tip of Whitesands Bay.
 

Sennen Beach in Winter

Almost spring really - enjoy the wide-open
space on this crisp day
in early March
 


The Minack Gallery

Pictures, slideshow and 11 (yes, eleven!)
panoramas - don't miss it!

Porthcurno beach in Winter

Jam-packed full in summer
- but you can have it all to yourself!
 

The Minack Theatre

The original pano
- make sure to visit the gallery too!
 
 
North Coast Special
Newquay and St Ives - the North Coast's most popular resorts

Fistral Beach, Newquay

Cornwall's premier surfin', sunnin'
and chillin' beach!
 

Fistral Beach, Newquay (again!)

An alternative view, from the path
to Little Fistral and Towan Head.

Towan Head, Newquay

The whole of Newquay Bay from the
headland beyond Little Fistral.
 

St Ives Harbour

West Cornwall's most popular destination,
a magnet for artists, beatnicks (once) - and tourists.
 

 
Penzance and Marazion
Mounts Bay and the Mount itself!

Long Rock/Marazion

St Michael's Mount to Mousehole
- a truly panoramic view!
 

Wherrytown and Newlyn Green

The unfashionable part of Penzance seafront
- I think it's great!

St Michael's Mount Causeway

At high tide it's an island,
at low tide you can do this.

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Images and code Paul Stephens 2002