A pretty peachy cloud was hovering over Pednandrea Chimney as we walked down to buy some milk.
Pednandrea chimney stack (the Cornish name means ‘At the head of the town’) can be seen for miles around
Coming back up the lane we saw pink Hollyhocks over a neighbours fence and burnished golden leaves along the path.
Hollyhocks in the evening light
Wet Autumn leaves on the last day of August
Posted by mybeautfulthings on August 31, 2017 in Beauty, Cornwall, nature, Photography, postaday2017, Redruth, Tin mining history
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