As promised, a couple of snaps from my beloved’s phone.

Love what ths light’s doing in this shot, it’s almost as though it’s being passed between the sculpture and the window.

St Ives sea

The Barbara Hepworth garden

Me, listening to a conversation between magic stones.

I’ve just been reading the Waterstone’s author story on a postcard stories, which are fab. I think my faves are Lauren Child’s and, of course, Neil Gaiman’s. Which do you like?

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  1.  by  Lane

    Great photos! What a place:-)Isn’t it interesting seeing the handwriting on the Waterstones cards. Margaret Atwoods is incredibly difficult to read. I like Lauren Childs and Lisa Appignanesi’s.Did you enter. I did but messed up the title:-)

  2.  by  Nik's Blog

    Yeah, I must admit that I gave up trying to decipher Atwood’s writing. But then again, mine’s hardly the neastest so I’ve no room to talk!No, I didn’t enter – how did you get on?N

  3.  by  Nik's Blog

    Thanks for dropping by, Rachel. The garden’s amazing, isn’t it? I’ll definitely be going back.I think I’ll be ordering the postcrad book as well. And I might yet send something to their online gallery. I’ve something short I wrote many moons ago which just might fit the bill. Watch this space…N

  4.  by  Tania Hershman

    Gorgeous photos, Nik. I’ve been there, many years ago, it is such a wonderful place, it just cries out to be photographed. And there is nothing like Cornish beaches, in my opinion. I remember a stunning beach at Porthcurno, wonder if it’s still there….

  5.  by  Nik's Blog

    Glad you liked the pics, Tania. I shall pass that one to the girl who took them. The beaches are incredible, aren’t they? Shame I’m not still there really! ;)Nik

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