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Arvorphoto

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Close to home

29 May 2017 8:44AM   Views : 527 Unique : 376

Saturday afternoon on the way to do some shopping, the old gaol and roof tops in Bodmin caught my eye with the late afternoon light catching it.
Yesterday, I returned though for what I had in mind, the sky was a little too bland, the storm in the early hours of Saturday morning would have been ideal if a little dangerous

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As is often the case, things that are close to home are so often overlooked, have you ever lived somewhere with an attraction or such like close and yet never visited and when you move away you think I should have visited?

Roche Rock is one such place for me, prior to yesterday I had made one brief visit. Again the sky wasn't quite what was required but now I will return. There are so many options




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