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Focusing on landscape and seascape photography, here you can see photographs by CWWPhotography of the picturesque and unspoilt county of Cornwall in England and the enchanting settings of Golitha Falls and Bodmin Moor.

CWWPhotography (Carl Whitfield) is a Cornish photographer who was born in the beautiful county of Cornwall in England and uses this as his base for much of his photography. As a photographer who has lived most of his life in Cornwall, this proves to be a great advantage when taking photographs of this spectacular part of England. CWWPhotography spends countless hours out and about the county of Cornwall and walks many miles along the coastal paths to capture the true beauty of the beaches and coastlines of Cornwall.

To see photographs by CWWPhotography of selected places around Cornwall please scoll down to the bottom of the page and click on the relevant place name.

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Watergate Bay

Situated on the spectacular north coast of Cornwall roughly 3 miles from the popular town of Newquay is the magnificent beach of Watergate Bay. The beach at Watergate Bay stretches for over a mile of fine golden sands backed up by the towering cliffs that surround the beach. Watergate Bay is a popular beach not only during the busy summer months but all year round, particularly with surfers as the Atlantic Ocean facing beach is open to the huge swells that can provide some excellent surfing conditions.


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Kynance Cove

Situated on The Lizard peninsula, Kynance Cove is one of the finest examples of the picturesque county of Cornwall, with its turquoise waters, fine sands and spectacular views. The defining features of Kynance Cove are the serpentine rock formations with a distinctive pinnacle to the north of the beach.

About this photograph

One of my favourite places in Cornwall is Kynance Cove, I was able to get this particular photograph on 5th March 2011 at 09:57. My intention was to be there on this day for several hours in order to get a series of photographs at different states of the tide. I got there at about 8am which was just after high tide and had wanted to stay until around low tide, however about half an hour after this shot was taken the clouds moved in to leave no blue sky what so ever which meant the end of my day.

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Trebarwith Strand

Situated on the north coast of Cornwall, Trebarwith Strand is a small village and beach roughly two and a half miles to the south of Tintagel. Backed up by the imposing sight of the towering cliffs, the beach at Trebarwith Strand stretches for almost 800 metres at low tide but rapidly disappears upon the incoming tide.

About this photograph

In the planning to get some photographs of Trebarwith Strand, the two major factors were the tide times and of course the weather. Fortunately these were both ideal on a wonderful day in March and so I was able to get a series of photographs. As the beach at Trebarwith Strand is of a flat nature it was important to get there around low tide so that I could get some shots of the beach that stretches for roughly 800 metres when the tide is low. This particular shot overlooking the beach from up on the cliffs was taken at 13:23 on 7th March 2011.

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Mullion Cove

Mullion Cove is a small working fishing village that lies on The Lizard peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall. The village was formerly known as Porth Mellin or Mill Cove. There are good cliff top walks northwest to Polurrian, Poldhu and Church Coves and south over Predannack to Kynance Cove.

About this photograph

This photograph was taken at 14:17 on 13th March 2011. By walking the moderately steep coastal path away from Mullion Cove, one is treated to some stunning views of the small village and fishing port like this one that I took on a recent visit.

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Porthcothan Bay

Porthcothan Bay is situated roughly five miles from the popular coastal town of Padstow on the stunningly beautiful north coast of Cornwall. Porthcothan Bay is a lovely beach of fine golden sand that is sheltered by the rugged cliffs of the headlands either side of the beach and like many of the beaches in Cornwall can get extremely busy during the summer months. By walking the coastal path one is treated to some spectacular views of this part of the north Cornwall coast as well Porthcothan Bay itself.

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Dusk at Trevone Bay

A winters evening at Trevone Bay as the sun sets in the distance.

About this photograph

I had decided to go to Trevone Bay on the north coast of Cornwall with the intention of getting some shots of the sunset but unfortunately this was one of those all too often occasions when the sunset didn't actually turn out as I had hoped. However I chose to take some shots using the slow exposure technique instead, which gives the misty blurred effect to the sea. I took this photograph on Sunday 9th January 2011 at 16:51 with an exposure time of 30 seconds.

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Storm Clouds Over Polzeath

A sudden burst of sunlight shines through the gathering clouds on a winters day at Polzeath.

About this photograph

Taken on Monday 3rd January 2011 at 15:42, I had decided to go to Polzeath in order to get some photographs using a slow shutter speed to create a flowing motion effect to the sea. With the gathering dark clouds overhead this was ideal as I needed the light to be right and a sudden burst of sunshine through the clouds lit up the houses in the distance. I used a shutter speed of 2 seconds for this photograph.

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Harlyn Bay

Situated on the stunningly beautiful north coast of Cornwall, Harlyn Bay beach is a wide stretch of golden sands which proves to be hugely popular during the summer months. Harlyn Bay is just a short drive from the town of Padstow with the smaller beach of Trevone Bay being roughly a 20 minute walk along the coastal path to the east. Harlyn Bay lies on the eastern side of Trevose Head and the two thirds of a mile stretch of beach is backed up by sand dunes which are themselves surrounded by the cliffs towards Cataclews Point. Walking the coastal path to the west will take you to the absolutey beautiful and secluded beach of Mother Iveys Bay.

About this photograph

Taken on 27th September 2010 at 15:13, I took advantage of some wonderful late summer weather and spent the day walking the coastal path from Trevone Bay onwards to Harlyn Bay and the on to Mother Iveys Bay and Trevose Head. This particular photograph was taken on my way back from Trevose Head as I needed to wait for the sun to be in the correct position for me to get some shots looking accross the beach from this side of Harlyn Bay.


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Chapel Porth at St.Agnes

St.Agnes is steeped in history about the tin and copper mining industry and evidence of this once thriving industry in still visible today with former mines standing proud including the famous Wheal Coates tin mine that sits on the top of the cliffs overlooking Chapel Porth beach. The beach at Chapel Porth is roughly two miles from St.Agnes and lies at the bottom of a fairly steep road, surrounded by the backdrop of towering cliffs. Chapel Porth at high tide is nothing more than a tiny cove of a beach but at low tide, especially a low spring tide the beach becomes a vast expanse of sand that stretches as far down as Porthtowan beach.

About this photograph

This photograph, in my opinion, is a great example of the views on offer by walking the coastal paths around the coastline of Cornwall. During some glorious late summer weather I decided to head down to St.Agnes where I walked the coastal path from Chapel Porth beach to St.Agnes and along the way got this shot looking along the rugged cliffs with Wheal Coates tin mine sitting proudly on top of the cliffs and the fine golden sands of Chapel Porth beach below. This photograph was taken on 20th September 2010 at 12:12.

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Sennen Cove

Sennen Cove boasts one of the most spectacular stretches of sand in Cornwall and the village itself still retains much of the atmosphere of an old fishing village. Sennen Cove is situated at the western end of Cornwall on the Penwith peninsula roughly a mile from Land's End.

About this photograph

I took this photograph on 11th October 2010 at 15:27 during a wonderful spell of fine weather in Cornwall. After getting some shots overlooking the beach at Sennen Cove I made my way down towards the beach and this is one of those photographs that was an instinctive shot. As I was walking past I glanced down the path leading to the beach and instantly knew there was the possibility of getting a photograph opportunity. Taking the time to get into the right position for the shot I wanted, and in this case on my knees, I was able to get this photograph which I feel leads you into the photograph and towards the beach at Sennen Cove.


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Fowey

Lying on the south coast of Cornwall between Looe and Mevagissey is the wonderful town of Fowey. The town lies along the west bank of the River Fowey with the village of Polruan on the opposite side. Fowey is a hugely popular town during the summer months and the harbour becomes a haven to many boat owners while further up the river are the docks where ships are loaded up with china clay ready to be exported.

About this photograph

On a beautiful October day I was able to get to Fowey and spend the day taking some photographs of this popular working port on the south coast of Cornwall. My day started out at 07:10 as I had wanted to get to Fowey and start taking some photographs looking down the river from Bodinnick on the other side of Fowey. It was crucial to get there early as I needed the sun to be in the right position for the shots I had planned to get. This particular photograph below was taken later on in the afternoon at 14:21 on 16th October 2010 once the sun had moved into a position behind me. I got the ferry from Fowey across to Polruan and walked up the fairly steep hill to get into a position where I was able to get this photograph overlooking the Fowey Estuary onwards towards the town of Fowey itself.


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Crackington Haven

Situated on the north coast of Cornwall is the small coastal village and beach of Crackington Haven. Lying approximately seven miles to the west of Bude and four miles to the east of Boscastle, Crackington Haven has become more and more popular over recent years with visitors to Cornwall but has managed to remain unspoilt. Crackington Haven offers spectacular views of this part of the north Cornwall coast and the surrounding cliffs are well known for their visible folded sedimentary rock formations and roughly one mile to the south of Crackington Haven is High Cliff, a cliff face with a sheer drop down to the rocks at the bottom that has a towering height of 735 feet and is Cornwall's highest cliff.

About this photograph

During the month of October 2010 we were fortunate enough to have some wonderful weather in Cornwall so I decided to take full advantage of this and one of the places I chose to go to was Crackington Haven. I took this photograph on 24th October 2010 at 14:26 having spent a few hours taking various photographs of the village and the beach at Crackington Haven.

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Polzeath

Situated on the north coast of Cornwall roughly seven miles from Wadebridge is the village of Polzeath. With a large sandy beach at low tide, Polzeath is one of England's most well known beaches for surfing due to the Atlantic Ocean swells rolling in and therefore is a very popular place all year round. A short walk along the coastal path will take you to the nearby and often quieter beaches of Broadagogue Cove and Daymer Bay.

About this photograph

I took this photograph on 7th March 2010 at 13:19. A beautiful springtime day in Cornwall and with the perfect tide times gave me the opportunity to photograph Polzeath as I wanted. I had been waiting for several weeks to get the right combination of a low tide and a sunny day, the low tide was important as due to the flat nature of the beach it rapidly dissapears on the incoming tide and I wanted my photographs to show the sheer size of the beach at Polzeath. The other factors that had to be right for me were to ensure I was there at the correct time of the day so that the sun was in the best position (behind me) and with only a handful of people on the beach everything was just right.


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St.Ives

The seaside town and working fishing port of St.Ives is situated on the north coast of Cornwall. Like many other coastal towns and villages around Cornwall, St.Ives is a hugely popular tourist destination all year round but even more so during the height of summer. The beaches of St.Ives are some of the best and cleanest beaches in the UK and become packed by sunbathers in the summer.

About this photograph

During a spell of glorious March weather in Cornwall I was able to get to St.Ives and put together a series of photographs. After several visits to St.Ives to plan the best time and conditions for me to get the photographs I wanted, I finally got the ideal scenario. It had to be out of season as to go to St.Ives in the height of summer when it gets extremely busy wasn't an option, the tide times were vital as I wanted to get some photographs of the harbour so it had to be around high tide. I arrived at St.Ives at about 10:00am and by the afternoon the sun was in the ideal position and it was just after high tide, which meant I could then spend a couple of hours walking around the harbour looking for the shots that I wanted to get. This photograph was taken on 8th March 2010 at 13:33.


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Port Quin

The delightful and picturesque Port Quin is a hamlet and small cove situated on the north coast of Cornwall between Polzeath and Port Isaac. Port Quin itself is just a handful of former fishermen's cottages situated at the end of a narrow rocky inlet in Port Quin Bay which extends from Kellan Head on the north-east side of the inlet up to The Rumps. Port Quin was once a thriving fishing village, however during a storm in 1698 the entire fishing fleet was destroyed and none of the fishermen returned to Port Quin alive, their families then left and moved to Port Isaac leaving Port Quin deserted. The cottages in Port Quin are now primarily owned by the National Trust and rented out as holiday homes.

About this photograph

Although I had to ensure the usual conditions were right for me as in the time of the tides and the position of the sun, there wasn't much else I needed to plan for my visit to Port Quin. After checking the weather forecast the night before and ensuring the tide times were what I needed them to be, I spent a few hours at Port Quin walking the coastal paths and taking some photographs that I feel help show off one of the most peaceful and tranquil places in Cornwall.

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Mevagissey

The village and working fishing port of Mevagissey on the south coast of Cornwall. Mevagissey is a popular place for visitors to Cornwall as it has remained unspoilt over the years and has a thriving fishing fleet.

About this photograph

Another early start was needed for this series of photographs of Mevagissey. Once again the high tide was vital in my planning and the wonderful spell of good weather we had during March combined with an early morning high tide gave me perfect conditions for how I wanted to photograph Mevagissey. I arrived at about 07:30am and spent an hour or so walking around the harbour to pick out the photographs I wanted to get. This particular photograph was taken at 09:59am on 6th March 2010.


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Crantock Bay

Situated on the north coast coast of Cornwall near the popular town of Newquay, Crantock Bay is a beautiful beach of golden sands backed up by a bank of sand dunes. The coastal path offers great walking opportunities heading southwest towards Polly Joke Beach and Holywell Bay with stunning views of the north coast of Cornwall.

About this photograph

Taken on 17th March 2009 at 13:04, an almost empty beach at Crantock Bay and with the sun high in the sky that gave the sea the most beautiful turquoise green colour I was able to get a few shots of one of my favourite beaches in Cornwall. I usually try to photograph beaches around Cornwall at low tide but this was was an exception as I wanted the colours of the sea to really stand out and the combination of the sun being high in the sky behind me, the shallow waters as the tide starts to go out and the use of a circular polarizing filter to cut out any glare from the sun on the water and to bring out the vibrancy of the natural colours.

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Padstow

Situated on the north coast of Cornwall lies the small town and working fishing port of Padstow. Approximately 14 miles up the coast from Newquay, Padstow is at the mouth of the River Camel estuary with the approach in to the harbour being notorious for the presence of the Doom Bar, a sand bar which has caused many ship and small boat wrecks over the years.

About this photograph

A lot of planning went into getting this and several other photographs of Padstow taken on the same day. I had wanted to capture the harbour with the surrounding buildings reflecting in the water and Padstow is ideal for this as the sluice gates at the harbour entrance are often closed which meant I didn't have to take into consideration tide times like with other photographs. The main part of getting the planning right was to make sure the sun was going to be in the correct position, which meant an early start. I arrived at Padstow at about 06:30am and made my way to the harbour, the conditions were perfect so after walking around the harbour to decide on what shots I wanted to take, set up my equipment and took a series of photographs from different positions around the harbour. This particular photograph was taken at 07:18am on 2nd June 2009. I have recieved comments about this photograph by people thinking that it is just a mirror image created by photo software, I can assure you that it is not. I put in a lot of thought and planning into my photography and had made several visits to Padstow in the run up to getting this series of photographs to ensure I was there at the right time for what I wanted to achieve. This has not been cut in half and flipped over to create the image, firstly there are small ripples in the water which is causing a slight blur of the reflected buildings and yachts, also you can see that in the bottom right hand corner of the photograph there is a darker patch which is where the water is in the shade of the sun that is rising high in the sky behind me.

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Porthcurno

Porthcurno Beach is situated on the Penwith peninsula in Cornwall, not far from Land's End. A beautiful south-east facing beach in the corner of Porthcurno Bay. Bordered by the Minack Theatre to the west and Green Bay, Pednvounder Beach and the famous Logan Rock to the east.

About this photograph

Porthcurno happens to be high up on my list of favourite places in Cornwall and even though it is roughly a 60 mile drive from my home, it is worth it every time. On this visit the state of the tide wasn't a factor as all I wanted to capture was the almost deserted beach and the varying colours of growth covering the cliffs. Although it was a beautiful winters day in Cornwall, the wind was absolutely freezing and it was of some relief when I was able to take some shelter as I made my way down to the beach. This photograph was taken at 12:34 on 6th January 2009.

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Mousehole

Mousehole (pronounced Mowzel) is a picturesque fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall between Penzance and Land's End. Today Mousehole retains much of its old world charm and despite the drastic decline in the fishing industry, a few boats still maintain the heritage and tradition of a working fishing port.

About this photograph

Some fine weather in October meant I was able to get down to Mousehole just after high tide and get several photographs. The perfect timing of the tides and the position of the sun together with the fortune of some wisps of cloud in the sky enabled me to get this shot of the colourful harbour. The photograph was taken on 13th October 2009 at 09:58am.


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Autumn at Golitha Falls

A photograph taken of the enchanting setting of Golitha Falls in Cornwall.

About this photograph

I have been to Golitha Falls on many occasions and still go regularly as every time you go it is slightly different in one way or another. Golitha Falls is the perfect place for using the technique of a slow shutter speed which gives a flowing effect to the river. This photograph was taken on 22nd October 2008 at 18:12 and after a couple of days of rain the leaves covering the ground were wet and really showed up the reds of the fallen autumn leaves. When using a slow shutter speed it is essential that a tripod is used otherwise any movement at all will blur the photograph.

                                                                                                                                                                                 

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Bedruthan Steps

Bedruthan Steps beach lies on the north coast of Cornwall between Newquay and Padstow. A large sandy beach which is dwarfed by the huge rocky outcrops that are scattered along the beach, with breathtaking views on offer via the coastal path.

About this photograph

An early evening visit to Bedruthan Steps after a glorious March day in Cornwall. The incoming tide was rising quickly and as I was looking for shots to capture I noticed that as the waves were washing up onto the beach, the reflection of the rocks in the wet sand. With the perfect position of the sun I quickly set up my tripod and just managed to get this shot before the incoming wave that you can see in the photograph washed up onto the beach and the reflection in the wet sand had gone. This photograph was taken at 16:54 on 17th March 2009.

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Polperro

Polperro is a beautiful village and working fishing port located on the south coast of Cornwall about 4 miles from the town of Looe. The harbour at Polperro is surrounded by tightly packed former fishermen's cottages that make up the village.

About this photograph

A day when the conditions were perfect for a day at Polperro to get a series of photographs. The high tide was the main factor and combined with the position of the sun and the beautiful sunny day I could finally photograph Polperro as I wanted. This particular photograph was taken at 14:06 on 24th May 2010.

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Coverack

The picturesque and unspoilt village and fishing port of Coverack is situated on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall.

About this photograph

Like many of my photographs of ports and harbours around Cornwall, the main part of planning my visit to Coverack was to ensure it was around high tide while I was there. So during a spell of beautiful early summer weather I was able to spend half a day capturing some shots of this gorgeous fishing village. An afternoon visit meant that the sun was in the ideal position and together with the use of a circular polarizing filter the tranquil turquoise colour of the sea really came through. I took this shot on 22nd May 2010 at 13:52.

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The Cheesewrings

Natural, rather than man made, The Cheesewrings near Minions on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor, are a series of giant flat granite boulders, some over 30 feet in circumference, with the larger ones sitting upon the smaller ones. Although formed by natural erosion, the Cornish folklore blames Giants for them being there.

About this photograph

Taken on 1st April 2009 at 15:59 after spending the day up at Minions on Bodmin Moor, I captured this shot of The Cheesewrings. The patchy white clouds in the sky were moving quickly so as I planned this shot there were no clouds in the sky behind The Cheesewrings but could see that in about five minutes they would be passing overhead and would give me the shot I wanted. I set up my tripod and lay down on the grass so that I could get the position I needed so that I was looking up at the towering stack of granite stones. Sure enough between five and ten minutes later the clouds started to pass overhead and I achieved the shot I had hoped to get.

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Looe

The picturesque town and working fishing port of Looe lies on the south coast of Cornwall. Looe is in fact two towns, East Looe and West Looe, which are connected by a bridge across the River Looe. The towns are situated around a small harbour and along the steep sided valley through which the River Looe flows.

About this photograph

During a beautiful week or so of late summer weather in Cornwall I was able to get the perfect combination of conditions to spend the day at Looe and get a number of photographs of this popular coastal town. With high tide being in the middle of the afternoon and the late summer sun behind me I spent several hours walking around the harbour capturing Looe just how I wanted which included this photograph taken at 13:26 on 14th October 2009.

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Boscastle

A fishing boat heading out of the harbour at Boscastle for a days fishing on a beautiful summers day in Cornwall. The village of Boscastle lies on the north coast of Cornwall near Tintagel and made news headlines around the world when a flash flood hit causing extensive damage to the village in 2004.

About this photograph

Boscastle had proved to be one of the more difficult places for me to photograph how I wanted to, the essential part of my planning once again was to be there around high tide but equally important was to be there at the right time of the day, as the village and harbour lie in a steep sided valley, there is often one side in the shade. This day however everything came together and I was able to spend the day walking around the harbour and the coastal paths capturing Boscastle on a beautiful early summers day. After waiting for the tide to come in I was able to get this shot that was taken at 12:38 on 23rd May 2010.

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Trevone Bay

One of the numerous beaches that line the north coast of Cornwall, Trevone Bay is a lovely sandy beach which offers spectacular views from the coastal path.

About this photograph

This photograph was taken on 2nd June 2009 at 10:10am on an absolutely beautiful day in Cornwall. I had walked the coastal path from Harlyn Bay just around the corner and continued past Trevone Bay and onwards along the coastal path. I already knew that it would be low tide and this would give the sea the most perfect turquoise colour which is helped by using a circular polarizing filter to block out any glare from the sun on the sea. This photograph has since been used by Stags Estate Agents as the front cover for a brochure in which they were selling the white house sat on the cliffs to the left of the photograph. The photograph was also used by Stags at a later date for a newspaper advertising campaign.

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Poldhu Cove

Situated on The Lizard peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall not far from Mullion Cove, Poldhu Cove is a lovely beach of golden sands. Poldhu Cove is famous as the location of Poldhu Wireless Station, Guglielmo Marconi's transmitter for the first transatlantic radio message on 12th December 1901 to Marconi's temporary receiving station on Signal Hill, St.John's, Newfoundland.

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Floating Leaf

A photograph taken of a leaf seemingly floating in the air.

About this photograph

I took this photograph on 28th October 2008 at 12:27 during a visit to Golitha Falls. This photograph has grabbed peoples attention while I have been exhibiting my photography at local craft fairs and events with many people asking how I managed to get the shot and whether I had waited for a leaf to fall from a tree. Unfortunately I have also received the sceptical comments from people saying it is all done with computer software, which annoys me greatly as I can assure you it was not. So I have decided to give away the secret of how I managed to capture this 'floating leaf'. Well I was walking through the woods at Golitha Falls and noticed this leaf that just looked to be in mid air, as I got closer I could see what had happened. There was the finest strand of a spiders web attached to two trees and somehow this leaf had fallen from one of the trees and managed to hook itself by the stem of the leaf onto the single strand of the spiders web and was just hanging there in the air. I took many photographs of this leaf and some of which you can see the strand of the spiders web when zoomed in on the image but had wanted to capture it without this being seen and this is the result.

         
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Framed and Mounted Prints of Photos of Cornwall

Framed prints are available in three sizes, the smaller 7"x5" print is mounted using a 10"x8" bevel cut mount and then framed making the overall size including the frame 13"x11". This size framed print gives you the option to either hang the print on your wall using the saw tooth hangers attached to the backing board of the frame, or to use it as a free standing framed print as it also has a strut stand fixed to the back of the frame.

The A4 print is mounted using a 16"x12" bevel cut mount and then framed making the overall size including the frame 19"x15", these size frames are supplied with saw tooth hangers attached to the backing board of the frame so that they are ready to hang on your wall.

The A3 print is mounted using a 20"x16" bevel cut mount and then framed making the overall size including the frame approximately 21.5" x 17.5", these size frames are supplied with saw tooth hangers attached to the backing board of the frame so that they are ready to hang on your wall.

Both the 7" x 5" and A4 sizes are framed using one and three quarter inch solid wood frames with an antique pine finish, the A3 size are framed using a narrower three quarter inch frame also with an antique pine finish.

           

                           
        
Above is an example of the A4 mounted and framed prints using the one and three quarter inch antique pine frames.

Below on the left is a closer look at the antique pine frame and to the right is the back of the frame which comes complete with saw tooth hangers so that your framed print is ready to hang on your wall.

                 
            
            
                  
Below are examples of a 7" x 5" mounted and framed print which comes complete with saw tooth hangers for hanging on your wall, as well as a strut stand for use on a table or desk for instance.

           
                 
             
               
                            
                
               

         

       

Mounted Prints of Photos of Cornwall

Mounted prints by CWWPhotography are of the highest quality. Unlike others who simply mount photographs onto flimsy card, CWWPhotography mounts his photographs using computer cut bevel whitecore mountboard which is then finished off by using a quality backing board. Mounted prints of photos of Cornwall are available in three sizes. 7"x5" mounted prints (10"x8" including mount), A4 mounted prints (16"x12" including mount) and A3 mounted prints (20" x 16" including mount) with a choice of either a black mount or a white mount.

Mounted prints are all individually printed and hand produced by Carl Whitfield (CWWPhotography).

           

                               

       

                  

      

Keyrings featuring Photos of Cornwall

Keyrings are 6cm x 4.5cm (image size 5cm x 3.5cm approximately) with a photograph on one side and the photograph title or place name and the photographers details on the reverse.

Each keyring is individually printed and hand produced by Carl Whitfield (CWWPhotography).

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Fridge Magnets featuring Photos of Cornwall

Fridge magnets are 7.8cm x 5.2cm with the image size being 7cm x 4.5cm.

Each fridge magnet is printed and hand crafted by Carl Whitfield (CWWPhotography).

               

       

            

Greeting Cards featuring Photos of Cornwall

Greeting Cards are printed on 220gsm glossy photograph card and are A5 size with a blank inside ready for you to write your own personalised message.

Each greeting card is individually printed and produced by Carl Whitfield (CWWPhotography).

      

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