Photos of Cornwall with Lizzie Somerset

 

My love of Cornwall and of photography means that my Photos of Cornwall section on here is most definitely on of my favourite parts of A Cornish Mum. I have a new one for you today from the lovely Lizzie.

 

Sea Salts and Sail Festival - Cornwall

 

Blog Name:

Lizzie Somerset

 

What brought you to Cornwall – if you don’t live here?

Holidays and visiting friends.

 

Where is your favourite place in Cornwall?

Mousehole / Watergate Bay

 

Sea Salts and Sail Festival Cornwall - Lizzie Somerset

 

What camera/mobile phone do you usually use for your photos?

iPhone or my Canon although I find it really heavy!

 

If you could take a photograph of anyone or anywhere in the world, where or who would you choose?

I’d love to photograph the walls in LA, there are so many colourful painted walls I see on Instagram and I’d love to see them in real life.

 

Photos of Cornwall - Lizzie Somerset

 

Describe Cornwall in a maximum of three words:

Rugged / Expressive / Breathtaking

 

Pasty or Cream tea?:

Pasty!

 

Photos of Cornwall - Lizzie Somerset

 

If you could be anywhere in the World right now doing anything, what would you be doing and where?

I’d be in Mousehole having a Cornish Breakfast and then talking the kids on the beach to collect sea glass and breathe in the salty air.

 

Please tell me a random fact about you?

I’m a real shorty at only 4ft inches, my saying is ‘good things come in small packages’ :)

 

Thank you Lizzie, your photographs are gorgeous and I love Mousehole too. It’s such a quirky little place and the Christmas lights every year are just fantastic.

 

If you would like to take part in Photos of Cornwall, then drop me an email at acornishmum@aol.com and I will tell you what you need to do. You don’t need to be a blogger or a professional photographer, it is open to anyone who wants to share their love of Cornwall.

 

Stevie x

 

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