The Cottage

Stone House

 The Cottage lies empty

The Captain lost at sea,

 Her heart knows that he is out there

Like a light for all to see.

She will not despair

for

The Captains is the keeper now

The Helmsman

of the Sea

Photograph Taken at St Michael Mount in Cornwall England

35mm Lens at F3.2 Iso 100 1/1000 second

I have used Lightroom and Silver fX pro for the post processing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Quadrature

High and Dry

You go without taking

My state remains the same

 helpless without you

Abandoned

Anticipation

Return me to you

in you I belong

The  tides  at St Michaels Mount
The Tides are caused by the action of the heavenly bodies, principally the sun and the moon. When they are in line with the earth the attraction is multiplied, announcing spring tides, this corresponds with the period of highest tides ; on the contrary, if the sun and the moon form a right angle (in quadrature), the attraction is reduced and we are in neap tides, the period of lowest tidal movement

St Michael’s Mount

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Yesterday at St Michaels’s Mount

From Wikipedia

St Michael’s Mount (Cornish: Karrek Loos yn Koos,[1] meaning “grey rock in the woods”, also known colloquially by locals as simply the Mount) is a tidal island 366 metres (400 yards) off the Mount’s Bay coast of Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is a civil parish and is united with the town of Marazion by a man-made causeway of granite setts, passable between mid-tide and low water.

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ST Michaels Mount 2

ST Michaels Mount Inside

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