Godrevy Island lies approx three hundred yards off Godrevy Point. The uninhabited island is the site of an operational Trinity House Godrevy Lighthouse, where rugged cliffs rise from the sea. Gulls, oyster-catchers and pipits make their homes on the island, which is partly covered with grass, as it slopes down to the sea.
Godrevy - meaning 'small farms', is an area on the eastern side of St Ives Bay, west Cornwall. Facing the Atlantic Ocean it is popular with both surfers and walkers. Godrevy Island with it's lighthouse, was the inspiration for Virginia Woolf's novel 'To the Lighthouse'.
North Shore Gallery is situated in the center of the historic Cornish village of Tintagel and offers a stunning portfolio of photography from all over Cornwall. The Gallery has a large range of photos available as Framed Pictures and Canvas Photos that can be ordered in a range of sizes.
Lonely Coast Gallery is situated in the picturesque fishing Harbour of Mevagissey and offers a stunning range of photos from all over Cornwall and further afield. Pictures can be supplied professionally mounted and framed.