I am so lucky to have seen Al perform many times and considered him a friend. I photographed him lots of times whilst he was performing and had immense fun doing it. What a character he was. I was really upset when he passed on to “a gig in the sky” he was far too […]
Words and Poem by Ruth Tremayne Netter and photos by Terry Harry What a privilege it was for us to meet up with the legend Harry Glasson and his lovely wife Ann in their delightful garden on a sunny Cornish summer afternoon. You can find the essence of Harry’s love for Cornwall encapsulated in his […]
Rogue Theatre’s – The Path To The Heart Of The Wild – at Tehidy Country Park with photos by Terry Harry
The Rogue Theatre are a very talented group and well worth paying them a visit whenever they have a show.CLICK HERE TO VIEW THEIR WEBSITE
We met up with Steve Winchester at the impressive and legendary Slate Quarry close to his home in Delabole, North Cornwall. Steve is a professional singer/songwriter whose latest album “Songs of the Sea” is a reflection of his deep love for Cornwall, its people, heritage and history. He has spent much of his working life […]
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Where do I live?The question begs an answer in perplexity,For if my body works and bides in EnglandThe heart that pumps the bloodstream giving breathCan only find its domicile beyondWhere Morwenstow calls from boundary’s edgeAnd St. Levan answers from afar. I cannot my heritage belieFor can a Cornishman of birthEver live in truth outside that […]
COMING out of lockdown means so much to so many – and for such a variety of reasons.But for the pub trade, throwing open the front doors again will be a long-overdue financial life-saver.Many landlords have only just survived the past 12 months but for one Cornish couple, lockdown’s end means life’s beginning for them […]
A visit on a wonderful, if windy, day to Terry’s father Charlie’s home country “Down Penwith”. There are shots of Lamorna, Sennen, St Michael’s Mount, some off the road near Mousehole and shots of bluebells and a gull who was mastering the wind superbly. A perfect day out before the oncoming invasion.