aahwedhel, a cornish journal

all content is a work in progress, and will be updated when i can.  all images are copyrighted to myself, robertbeattie photography, no unauthorised use or copying of media, without written consent, for further enquiries, please contact me through email, at rob@mnocrom  many thanks for your time and interest in this journal..

hello and welcome to this journal of photographs, a small introduction to this photologue..  It started out as a personal journal of places that I have visited in Cornwall, over the space of a certain amount of time and while having family ties in Cornwall, it seemed to be the obvious thing to do, as I have interest in the Cornish landscape.  It may take some time, but I will try and keep this journal up to date, as there are many folders of images to go through, and also, whenever I can, more visits and uploads to the project.  regards - rob.

a few hours out, and bodmin, it was a bit of a mistake, as i had plans for a trip to port issac, but non the less, turned out to be a rewarding day, and getting to see the remains of old bodmin church, and the infamous bodmin jail.  shots taken on 27th November 2021.

a few photos from a day out today, and a place called St. Ewe,  St Ewe (Cornish: Lannewa) is a civil parish and village in mid-Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, which is believed by hagiographers to have been named after the English moniker of Saint Avoye.  photographs taken on 26th November 2021.

luxulyan valley, near St. Austell photographs taken 24th November 2021

Mevagissey, 23rd of August 2021