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The castle and chapel dominate the skyline of St Michael's Mount, a tidal island of the coast of Cornwall. It can be seen here from Marazion, joined to the mainland by a man-made causeway, which disappears at high tide.
Remembered more than a year ago
Every photo I and my husband took on the island never turned out its as though we never went its such a beautiful place.
17th Apr 2012
This is one of my favourite places in the world. So eerie the way the path appears as the tide goes down. The minack theatre further south is another favourite place. My husband and I stayed in Mousehole when we visited St Micheal's Mount.
30th Apr 2012
We went here not so long ago. It has a fairytale magic about it.Reminiscent of Mont St Michel in Brittany which I also love. Reminds me of my first visit to France alone when I was15 and just met and fallen in love for the first time ...LOL
19th Jul 2012
This is just one of my memories of holidays in Cornwall during the 1950's. Only later was I to discover why I felt such an affinity with Cornwall - because some of my ancestors were from Penryn!
28th Jan 2013
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