From sea to sea

On the way back to the airport this morning, we stopped off at Carn Brea where there is a granite quarry at one level followed by another quarry filled in with a lake a little higher up:


Carn Brea is famous for the fact that on a clear day, you can see both the north and the south coast of Cornwall. Unfortunately, it wasn't all that clear a day but from the trig point at the summit, we could see the coast both sides even if it doesn't show up very clearly in the photos. Here's Fr Chris looking to the North coast (Atlantic):


And here is the view towards the South Coast (English Channel):


And finally, a little scriptural meditation from the top of the Carn:

I will look after the fat and healthy (Ezek 34.16)

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