Walking in Cornwall
A short video of taken during a walk from the National Trust car park at Chapel Porth along the coast path towards St Agnes as far as the Wheal Coates engine house.
You can see the water vapour caught in the sunlight as it is forced up through the grid from the mine shaft that rises from hundreds of feet below. This happens at high tide and the right wind conditions.
Video taken in the sunshine on Easter Sunday at Portreath Cornwall.
Portreath on the north-west coast, in a valley set between high cliffs and with a secluded, sandy beach. The beach is popular with surfers.
The North cliffs, with have views to Godrevy Lighthouse and St. Ives are particularly attractive.
Portreath's historical harbour originated in 1760 as an exporter for the Cornwall Mining industry. Taking ore out and bringing back coal to fire the steam engine furnaces for the mines.
A walk around the cliffs from Cubert Common, via Holywell Bay and Polly Joke.
An heroic effort by the filmmaker here filmed with a hand held camera on a windy day (No Steadycams for our walker) the stunning scenery encountered makes up for the difficulties in filming and walking at the same time.
Cardinham contains over 250 hectares of mixed woodland ideal for walking, cycling and horse-riding. With four waymarked trails and miles of other tracks and paths that weave their way through the scenic woodland, the woods offer plenty of opportunities to explore.
At Cardinham Woods there is a car park and an all ability trail together with a woodland cafe that provides excellent refreshments. A new woodland play area has just opened too, offering a great day out for all the family.
Walking from Mullion Cove through Polurrian Cove to Poldu Cove, all documented with video and time lapse photography.
Poldhu Cove is the location from which the first Transatlantic message was sent using wireless telegraphy. The was sent as a single repeated letter 'S' using equipment set up on the cliff top at Poldhu Cove.
The signal was received by Marconi in St John's Newfoundland in 1901.
A monument to this event exists on the cliff top which relates the story of this transmission.
This is a film about a beautiful walk in the lovely North Cornwall village of Boscastle which was devastated by flash floods a few years ago.
This film is from The South West Coast Path product from The Virtual Book Company.
Boscastle is the only natural harbour along a twenty mile stretch of the North Cornwall Coast. Boscastle at one time was a thriving port that declined with the advent of the railway.
The walk along the coast path from Boscastle to Tintagel and includes some of the finest and most spectacular coastal views in Cornwall.
This video record illustrates the the attractions of this walk and the scenery very well.
We have a video clip covering some the history of Tintagel castle and the Legend of King Arthur