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Wave at Godrevy Lighthouse

Wave at Godrevy Lighthouse

Godrevy lighthouse was made famous by Virginia Woolfe in her novel 'To the Lighthouse', though she places it elsewhere in the book. This, the focus of her inspiration, stands on the diminutive and rocky but pretty Godrevy Island, at the centre of a circular grassy area enclosed by a low stone wall. In stormy weather the island is exposed to the full fury of the Atlantic and it exists to warn passing vessels of the dangers of the Stones reef which stretches from Godrevy island in the direction of the town of St Ives.

Mary Fletcher

Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 06/06/2018

Mary Fletcher | Wave at Godrevy Lighthouse
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