Rocks in Water

Mary Fletcher | Cavo Greco, Cyprus

Cavo Greco, Cyprus

Cape Greco is a cape and also a small peninsula in the southeast of Cyprus, in Famagusta, between Ayia Napa and Paralimni. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty. There are many caves in the sandstone cliffs.
Mary Fletcher | Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven

Porth Nanven is a popular location for photographers on the Southern tip of Cornwall. Here the Atlantic waves shape the coastline and smooth the huge pebbles on the beach.
Mary Fletcher | Wave Explosion

Wave Explosion

A wave literally explodes on the beach at Porth Nanven, Cornwall
Mary Fletcher | Dramatic Coast

Dramatic Coast

Taken from Poldhu Beach this photograph captures the drama of waves crashing against the rocks and cliffs of Cornwall’s rugged coastline. The sun’s rays add drama to this scene.
Mary Fletcher | Cape Cornwall and Brisons Rocks

Cape Cornwall and Brisons Rocks

A simple black and white digital painting of one of my original photographs.
Mary Fletcher | Botallack Mine

Botallack Mine

On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and Poldark filming location.
Mary Fletcher | Blea Tarn Reflections

Blea Tarn Reflections

Blea Tarn is a small lake near Langdale in the Lake District, Cumbria. This beautiful lake can be accessed by road and from there you can walk all the way around it. It is one of the most beautiful of all the tarns in the Lake District, certainly one of my favourites!
Mary Fletcher | Blea Tarn Cumbria

Blea Tarn Cumbria

Blea Tarn is in the Langdale Valley, Lake District, Cumbria. It is one of the most beautiful lakes in the area and nestles between Side Pike and the Langdale Pikes.
Mary Fletcher | Stormy Seas at Sunset

Stormy Seas at Sunset

This shot was taken at Cape Cornwall shortly after a big storm hit the Cornish coast. The seas were crashing onto the rocks as the sun went down, a passing seagull in the distance avoids the waves!
Mary Fletcher | Sunset and Waves

Sunset and Waves

A beautiful sunset over the sea with the remnants of a storm at Cape Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Sphacteria Rock

Sphacteria Rock

Bay of Navarino, Pylos is a small, deep, and almost landlocked bay of the Ionian Sea in the department) of Messenia , in the southwestern Peloponnese , Greece. Known also as Pylos Bay, which has been identified farther to the north, the bay was the scene of a decisive battle in 1827 that consolidated the independence of Greece. Here, the combined fleets of Great Britain, France, and Russia destroyed the Turko-Egyptian fleet. Two years later the French built a little town on the bay’s south shore
Mary Fletcher | Old Harry Rocks

Old Harry Rocks

Old Harry Rocks are three chalk formations, including a stack and a stump, located at Handfast Point, on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, southern England. They mark the most easterly point of the Jurassic Coast. Old Harry Rocks lies directly east of Studland, about northeast of Swanage, and south of the large towns of Poole and Bournemouth. The chalk of Old Harry Rocks used to be part of a long stretch of chalk between Purbeck and the Isle of Wight. They are a haven for birds which you can see flying above them.
Mary Fletcher | Lizard Peninsular

Lizard Peninsular

The Lizard Peninsula, in case you haven’t guessed it by now, is the most southerly area of the British Isles, an expanse of about 14 miles in length and 14 miles in width and surrounded by the sea on three sides; hence 'Peninsula'! The popular town of Falmouth is about 10 miles to the North-East and Helston, a good sized town, is to the North. The Lizard Peninsula is home to some great villages, bastions of Cornish life that have overtly at least, escaped modern life.
Mary Fletcher | Cot Valley Waterfall

Cot Valley Waterfall

Cot Valley is located half-a-mile south of St Just in west Cornwall, United Kingdom. It has a very mild microclimate.
Mary Fletcher | Pooley Bridge

Pooley Bridge

Pooley bridge stood from 1764 as shown here until being washed away in floods in December 2015. The bridge straddles the River Eamont at the northern end of Ullswater.,
Mary Fletcher | Fork in the Brook

Fork in the Brook

One of the many streams in the Lake District that flow through the woodlands of this beautiful natural countryside.
Mary Fletcher | Bosahan Cove

Bosahan Cove

Taken from Trebah beach, Bosahan Cove is a picturesque sheltered cove with a small rocky beach in a tranquil setting. It is at the entrance to the Helford River
Mary Fletcher | High Seas

High Seas

A huge wave hits the cliffs near Sennen Cove in Cornwall. The Cornish coast gets battered during the winter storms, this is what makes it so spectacular.
Mary Fletcher | Rugged Rocks

Rugged Rocks

The Atlantic ocean has created a unique and wild landscape on the coast of Cornwall. Centuries of wold Atlantic weather have created the landscape we see today. This image was taken close to Lands End.
Mary Fletcher | Pentire Head

Pentire Head

Looking towards Pentire Head on a windy August Bank holiday. Cornwall at it’s best!
Mary Fletcher | Prussia Cove, Cornwall

Prussia Cove, Cornwall

Secluded and romantic, and once a haunt for Cornwall's best known smuggler, Prussia Cove has an olde-world poetic feel.
Mary Fletcher | St. Michaels Mount

St. Michaels Mount

The sun going down on St Michaels Mount, Marazion, Penzance in South Cornwall on a calm winters evening. This image was taken using a dark filter to create a smooth and dreamy sea.
Mary Fletcher | Hanover Cove

Hanover Cove

The lovely little sandy, but inaccessible, beach at Hanover Cove between and Perranporth. Hanover cove gets its name from a ship of that name which was wrecked here in 1763. The 100ft two-mast square rigger brigantine was on its way from Lisbon with £50 million in gold (in today's money) when she was blown onto the rocks here.
Mary Fletcher | Trevellas Coombe

Trevellas Coombe

Trevellas Porth Cove is just around the corner from St Agnes. The valley here was once at the heart of a large scale mining operation (the Blue Hills mine) the ruins of which remain as a poignant reminder of the area's industrial heritage. Today, this is one of the North coast's quieter beaches with rarely more than a handful of people on the sandy shingle beach. It's a great spot for snorkelling on calm days
Mary Fletcher | Sunset over Kynance Cove

Sunset over Kynance Cove

A beautiful sunset over the famous rocks at Kynance Cove, Cornwall. Kynance Cove lies two miles along the South-West Coast Path from the Lizard Point in Cornwall, and is renowned for the distinctive rocks that form its dramatic cliff scenery.
Mary Fletcher | Coverack Lifeboat Slip

Coverack Lifeboat Slip

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) stationed a lifeboat at Coverack in 1901 following the wreck of the SS Mohegan on The Manacles in 1898 with the loss of more than 100 lives. ... The station was closed completely in October 1978 following the allocation of a faster boat to Falmouth Lifeboat Station.
Mary Fletcher |  Kynance Cove

Kynance Cove

Kynance Cove is located on the west side of the Lizard and one of the most stunning areas in Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Tropical Waterfall

Tropical Waterfall

There is nothing like the feeling of the cooling spray of a waterfall when wandering around the rain forest.
Mary Fletcher | Mutton Cove

Mutton Cove

Mutton Cove near Godrevy Point is a safe haven for hundreds of seals. The beach is inaccessible by land and also by sea as the small cove is surrounded by rocks.
Mary Fletcher | Kennack Sands

Kennack Sands

Kennack Sands is a small beach along the South West Coast Path, accessible by road to a small car park. Located in the far South West of Cornwall, Kennack Sands is just another beautiful beach on the Lizard Peninsular.