The Place Where Sir John Betjeman Chose as his Final Resting Place
And it's not hard to see why
Daymer Bay Beach Photo credit: Rosy Gee
I have just returned from a short holiday in Cornwall, which is a magical place. There is a different view around every corner and the landscape constantly changes: a receding tide in an estuary revealing curvaceous sand banks, cattle lazily chewing the cud in fields or different coloured crops that dot the surrounding countryside of lush green undulating hills which tumble down to an extraordinarily long, golden sandy beach, a harsh rocky outcrop or to fishing boats bobbing up and down hypnotically in an indigo bay.
The weather does affect my perception of a place because blue skies, the sun warming my face and birds chirping from the hedgerows gives a different feel to somewhere than when rain pelts down from leaden skies while wrapped up against the elements.
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