The Land's End Experience

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The Land's End Experience
As well as being the most westerly point of mainland England, Land's End is also one of our most spectacular natural wonders so why do we need a tacky theme park and why are there signs and fences everywhere to actively deter tourists from exploring? To my mind it's time the theme park was bulldozed and the whole area returned to nature, with a system of well managed paths to encourage tourists to enjoy what is one of the most beautiful stretched of coastline in the UK if not the world.

Anyway rant over. This is the view from Pordenack Point, looking back towards Land's End on a beautiful Midsummer's evening.


EOS 5D MkII with 17-40 f4.0
Date: 03/06/10
Location: Land's End, Cornwall

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St Michael's Mount
Pedn-men-an-mere
Porthgwarra
Gwennap Head & Hella Point
South from Pordenack Point
Pedn Vounder Beach
Port Isaac
Steely Blue
Summer
Erosion of Time
Mousehole