A Walk in Photos

St. George’s flag was flying proudly up Forrarbury church as Doc and I walked towards it last Sunday.  Oh yes, I remembered, it was after all St. George’s day the day before that.

The last time we were out, I noticed some lovely bluebells strewn all over the grass near Forrarbury church.  I made a mental note to come back with my camera, but never did.

Luckily when we came back, the bluebells were still around.

Aren’t they the loveliest?  After a few snaps, Doc and I went ahead with our walk and found this bunny rabbit on the cemetery grounds.

Someone must have left it there for a love one.  Doc and I went to our usual jaunt on the headland at this point, I had to put my camera back in my bag.  It was a weekend and there were a lot of dog-walkers out and this meant, I couldn’t let Doc off his leash.  He gets too excited when there are others, especially since some of them had their little toddlers in tow.  I didn’t want to frighten the little ones with an over-excited friendly dog running up to them, even if it’s just to say hi.

Once back on the road, I did manage a few measly shots.

When we first moved down to Cornwall, I used to wonder why some of the trees were odd-shaped looking, as if they were slanting.  Then I realised the trees are slanting because of the harsh Cornish wind.  I find it fascinating.  You’ll find slanting trees  dotted all over the Cornish coast.

Have you ever seen trees slanting trees in your area?

Do share.


  1. Beautiful pictures, you picked a lovely day for a walk! Aww love the slanting trees 🙂

  2. The photos from your walks are the ones most of us would bring back from vacation.

  3. Such gorgeous photos they want me to get back out in the sunshine. I’m hoping to go for a nice walk this weekend if the weather is good.

    • The weather has been a bit weird today. Lots of sunshine and grey clouds and sudden rain. Weird.

  4. love the photos – the colour of the bluebells is stunning. i’ve been to cornwall a few times over the years, and the slanting trees are something that stuck in my memory too

    • Thank you. Hope you get to see your first sighting of bluebells soon! 🙂

  5. Zena's Suitcase

    That tree has quite a slant. The winds must be fierce in your neck of the woods. Love all the photos though

  6. Such lovely pictures you have shared, I haven’t seen much tree slanting in my area

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