Earlier this week, a break in the weather finally gave an opportunity to meet up with friend and http://www.exploreincornwall.co.uk/ business owner Steve, to look for local spots that might suit some promotional work. Steve is a highly qualified outdoor guide who is constantly updating and refreshing his skills. As a consequence of a recent navigation training accreditation, Steve now wants to promote that element of his business offer to complement his existing range of adventure walks.
We met at Steve's on the outskirts of Ludgvan for a brew and to plan the day's outing into the Penwith moors in his comfortable VW used to take clients on their exciting days out. After pouring over the local OS map, a trawl of locations followed, guided by Steve's expert local knowledge, a few unfortunate soakings (I thought the weather had broken!) and this took us up to lunchtime, a well earned pasty (good one too, thanks Steve) at the historically important Geevor site.
Bellies full and sun shining, we headed out once more and took in the last few stops with expansive views over Zennor to seek backdrops for some images. We did grab a few pics as we went, well it would have been a shame not to get the camera out....
I have not had the opportunity to immerse myself in this special bit of Cornwall for a while now so little excuse was needed, and here's a few shots from our day out scouting around. If you want to learn loads about Cornwall's special countryside, I can't recommend a day out with Steve enough!