Polperro Harbour, Cornwall, England

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    An Olde Worldy Fishing Harbour in an Inlet on the South Cornish Coast. A Truely Amazing place

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    1. Shortshooter - Al 82 months ago | reply

      These places are built qite close to the water don't you think! LOL.
      I love the reflections in the water mate.

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    2. -Bandw- 82 months ago | reply

      Very amazing shot

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    3. Henri Bonell 82 months ago | reply

      Really excellent shot !

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    4. katifelkai 82 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Flickr Envy (INVITED Photos Only), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      superb reflection and such a
      perfect capture....
      running out of words with you Ken...

    5. *christine** 82 months ago | reply

      A beautiful place.

    6. NatashaP 82 months ago | reply

      Beautiful place Ken! Love the reflections!

    7. Dysartian 82 months ago | reply

      A favourite place Polperro. It must be thirty years since we were there last! You've captured this one nicely!

    8. `maridesign` 82 months ago | reply

      I agree a place of beauty, the houses looks also like more western kinds. Lovely reflection here

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    9. crafty1tutu (Ann) 82 months ago | reply

      How did I miss this one Ken - a beautiful photo. This is already on my list of places to see. We didn't get down to Cornwall on our last trip, but plan to on the next.

    10. acetosa888 78 months ago | reply

      very beautiful!

    11. Ian Gedge 71 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called English Rivers and Harbours, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. Ian Gedge 71 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Images Of England, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    13. Manin The Moon 57 months ago | reply

      You couldn't design it any better today. So picturesque. I like the reflections too. When it's all so good, why not have 2 of everything.

      This great photo was seen in Images Of England

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    14. SwaloPhoto 57 months ago | reply

      Great shot! Seen in English Rivers & Harbours (Pool)

    15. Kathy~ 55 months ago | reply


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    16. Lane Rushing 44 months ago | reply

      Over the River Award

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      Now all that lies between you and Grandma's House are the Woods. You can now go ahead and enter the Through the Woods Challenge (challenge 15) with this photo. Just watch out for that Big Bad Wolf! He's a doozie!

    17. StarlightHope 43 months ago | reply

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    18. Stella Blu 43 months ago | reply

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