Polperro is a small working fishing village on the south coast of Cornwall. Some might say it is the quintessential Cornish fishing village and as a result, receives many visitors each year. The road into the village is so narrow and space so limited that traffic is restricted and visitors are required to park at the top of the village and walk down.
There is a shuttle bus from the car park to the centre of the village and I guess Polperro has become a bit of a working theme park and up until now, for this reason perhaps, I have resisted making the trip. However, with fellow photographer and blogging friend Poppy visiting, it seemed like a good time take a look around. As it turned out, it was a real picture postcard sort of day so here’s a selection of my picture postcards. Click on the images for a sharper, clearer view.. :-)
14mm f/11 1/200 sec. ISO-100