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Visions of Cornwall

November 04, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Visions of Cornwall
 

I've been a long-term fan of the music of Gary Numan, so was thrilled when one of his main musicians, Chris Payne, contacted me.
 

Chris was born and grew up in Cornwall, but found fame playing with Gary Numan, Dramatis and Celtic Legend, as well as co-writing "Fade To Grey" with Visage.
 

Now he lives in France, but a French magazine wanted to publish a feature on him, and his Cornish background, and he called to ask if I could supply him with some stunning views of Cornwall that he had already seen I had produced.
 

 We had a long telephone call, chatting about my times photographing Gary Numan, Dramatis, Nash the Slash and Depeche Mode.  I also decided to produce a few more landscapes, especially for Chris.
 

 I set the alarm two mornings running and woke in the middle of the night to drive through thick fog when most other people would have given up.  Somehow I hoped the fog would lift with the sunrise, which it did, and I was delighted with the shots I got.  There's no "photoshopping" here - the rising sun, the mists, the sheep are all as I found them on Bodmin Moor.
 

You'll also see Trethevy Quoit, the Hurlers at Minions, and Tintagel in the images.  Just a few of the hundreds of wonderful views we have here in Cornwall. Really - there's nowhere quite like it!
 


 


 


 


 


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