On The Edge

Lizard Point, with its rugged cliffs and wild seas, is the most southerly part of mainland Great Britain.



These people were right on the edge!


Weekly Photo Challenge ~ Edge


45 thoughts on “On The Edge

  1. Gorgeous photos. The title brought to my mind great movie called the Edge (1997) starring of Anthony Hopkins, Alec Baldwin and Bart the Bear. Thank You showing these photos.

    • We didn’t go to that beach. Next time… We looked at the people heading off up the path and it did look very close to the edge. It was also very windy so we didn’t go walking. Just looking at this amazing view was enough for me.

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  5. I’m pretty nervous looking at those photos. Yikes! 🙂 Glad you stayed away from the edge a little bit. There doesn’t seem to be a railing. You didn’t try to climb down, did you? 🙂

  6. Oh my goodness what a glorious spot! Going on my Travel Bucket list right next to Port Isac and Plymouth. Would be fun to explore by car or perhaps a camper caravan of sorts.

    I really enjoy your blog, and you are guilty of adding to my rather long Travel Bucket list! I have nominated you for the 3 Days 3 Quotes Challenge. Please do not feel obligated in any way, but if you are interested – here is the link: https://travelmuch.net/2016/09/25/nordenskiold-glacier/

    Wishing you a fab week!

    • Thanks Olive! I’m pleased to hear I’ve encouraged you to visit more places. We thought Lizard was better to visit than Land’s End. We always thought a campervan would be the way to go, but after negotiating the very narrow and windy roads we have changed our minds. We found it was much better to have a smaller car and base ourselves in a nice airbnb apartment. We didn’t make it to Port Isaac this time and now we think we would need at least two weeks to explore Cornwall, if not more.

      Thanks too for the nomination. We are still travelling in UK so it will have to wait until I’m home.

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