UK Travel: Me and My Olympus Go to Cornwall

After spending weeks and weeks trying to pick a holiday destination for June, me and Craig finally settled on staying in the UK and having a low-key relaxing break to Cornwall, a place neither of us has been since childhood and which deserves to be fully explored! We found a cute cozy cottage for two, which was full of books and board games and had a lovely suntrap courtyard, located right on the harbour of the tiny friendly fishing village of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula.

Olympus pen e-pl7

The weather was a little mixed, ranging from gorgeous sun to full-blown storms, but I really enjoyed our lovely break full of coastal walks, cream teas, coffee and pastries at the harbour, eating freshly caught fish with a glass of wine, reading on hidden beaches and taking boat trips (rather than driving) to the local city for a spot of lunch and shopping.

It was a lovely picturesque place and I loved capturing Cornwall’s pretty pastel cottages and seaside settings with my Olympus Pen E-Pl7 (which is officially the first holiday it’s been on!), so you’re getting a picture-heavy post today!

Brunch in St Mawes
Pink cottage
Cornwall cottage
St Mawes view
Cornwall beach
The sea in Cornwall
Secluded Cornwall beach
Hidden beach, Cornwall
Cute beach in Cornwall
Catch of the Day
Vintage gas pumps
St Mawes castle
St Just church

Now I’m looking forward to discovering more lovely parts of Cornwall.

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One thought on “UK Travel: Me and My Olympus Go to Cornwall

  1. Your pictures are amazing. Pretty scenery and the quality is sublime. I have been toying with the idea of buying an Olympus Pen for ages, to use during our USA trip this year. I think you may have tipped my hand! (My poor bank account…) PS Cornwall looks stunning, another one to add to the bucket list! Lisa x

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