Cligga Mine Workings ~ Canvas


The Story: This photo was taken at the Hanover Cove end of Cligga Head on the evening of the 25th of May, 2020. I tried to fly as close to the opening of the mine workings as possible, to give a view into them, but without losing perspective on the headland.

This shot is a good example of how drones can access locations that people can only get to with great difficulty. 'Cligga' derives from the Cornish word for cliff, and the headland here reaches 300 feet above sea level. I wonder when the last Cornish miner stood here? 

I love the colours in the cliff face, and the seagull sitting in the mine entrance.

Photographer: Jamie Turnbull

This photograph is also available as a framed and mounted print.

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