Mary Fletcher | Boulders on Bodmin

Boulders on Bodmin

There are many tors on Bodmin moor, they are wonderful landmarks for walkers. This one is next to a quarry known as Cheesewring, the views are stunning across the moor.
Mary Fletcher | Truro Cathedral

Truro Cathedral

The Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Truro is a Church of England cathedral in the city of Truro, Cornwall. It was built between 1880 and 1910 to a Gothic Revival design by John Loughborough Pearson on the site of the parish church of St Mary. It is one of only three cathedrals in the United Kingdom with three spires.
Mary Fletcher | Mylor Yacht Harbour

Mylor Yacht Harbour

This is the Eastern breakwater in Mylor Yacht Harbour just after a sharp rain shower.
Mary Fletcher | Mevagissey Cornwall

Mevagissey Cornwall

Mevagissey is a small working fishing village near St Austell, Cornwall.
Mary Fletcher | Returning Home

Returning Home

Commercial fishing vessel PZ 115 returns to her homeport of Newlyn, Cornwall. Newlyn is still a busy fishing port near Penzance and within Mounts Bay.
Mary Fletcher | Portreath,Cornwall


Portreath Beach is known for it’s spectacular seas. The cliffs around it are steep and the waves hit with the full force of the Atlantic.
Mary Fletcher | Helford River Pontoons

Helford River Pontoons

Empty pontoons of the Helford River Sailing Club looking towards The Ferryboat Inn, Helford Passage, Cornwall. The pontoons are free of boats during the winter period, this is taken on a beautiful wwinters day in January.
Mary Fletcher | Penryn Reflections, Jubilee Wharf

Penryn Reflections, Jubilee Wharf

This is Jubilee Wharf an eco building in Penryn at the top of the Penryn River.It was built using pioneering techniques of eco-development, and designed by Bill Dunster of ZED Factory, Jubilee Wharf tries to foster community through the range of activities that take place here, within a building that aims to reduce its resource consumption without compromise to the quality of living environment.
Mary Fletcher | The Wave

The Wave

An enormous wave breaks over the end of the breakwater in Portreath, Cornwall. The small structure you see in this photo is no longer there having been wiped out by another huge wave!
Mary Fletcher |  Godrevy Lighthouse and Beach

Godrevy Lighthouse and Beach

Godrevy Lighthouse was built in 1858–1859 on Godrevy Island in St Ives Bay, Cornwall. Standing approximately 300 metres off Godrevy Head, it marks the Stones reef, which has been a hazard to shipping for centuries. Orton effect added.
Mary Fletcher | RNLI


RNAS Culdrose and the Falmouth Lifeboat on exercise in Falmouth Harbour.
Mary Fletcher | Stormy skies over Falmouth

Stormy skies over Falmouth

Stormy skies over Falmouth harbour. The yacht and boats are lying moored quietly facing the wind and waiting for the heavens to open!
Mary Fletcher | Looe Harbour

Looe Harbour

Looe Harbour is a working fishing harbour and every day the fishing boats come in and dock alongside the fish quay to unload their catch.
Mary Fletcher | Porthleven Harbour, Cornwall

Porthleven Harbour, Cornwall

Porthleven harbour is frequently hit by storms and sometimes suffers severe damage as a result. Here the harbour is braving stormy seas and crashing waves during the winter of 2016.
Mary Fletcher | Eden at Night

Eden at Night

The Eden Project, Cornwall is always lit up around Christmastime. The lights are spectacular every year and they are always different too.