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Cornwall and the Cornish

On the left is a picture of a house at Lamorna Cove, not far from Landís End. Cornwall, my childhood home, is a tough place to live in. Most pictures you will find show the sea battering the land but here the land itself is falling into the sea. On the right is the village of Brea in a thunderstorm. Everything seems black and white - but of course that is not the way things really are. Whether by sea or by land, Cornwall will always take you by surprise. It might entertain you or give you pause for thought, but it will always be different. These pages give you a selection of what Cornwall has to offer, seen through my eyes, through the lens of my camera, and through a selection of my favourite Cornish poems and folk songs. Most of the pictures were taken in the early to mid 1980s, before I moved up country, so this site is now increasingly a historical record. For more, click on the links below.

My name is Brycchan Carey. Please feel free to contact me, but please read the Frequently Asked Questions first. To find out more about my interests, visit my homepage. To find out more about my career, read my CV. To see a full index of this website, click here. If you'd like to receive an update about this website every two or three months, click here and fill out the form to be put on the mailing list.

* The Cornwall and the Cornish Website was created in August 1999 *
* This page last updated on 6 October 2015 * © Brycchan Carey 1999-2015
* This page is: http://www.brycchancarey.com/places/cornwall/index.htm, created in April 2002 *