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Why Bryanek?

Bryanek is the old Cornish name for St Agnes- the place that I am fortunate enough to call home

Photo of the day- 27th June 2018

These amazing colours can be found on the cliffs at st Agnes and are caused by the mineral deposits in the rock. No wonder st Agnes had such a rich mining heritage. A particularly colourful section can be found in a natural amphitheatre called the ‘prison’. Due to the colours however, I prefer to call it ‘the prism’. It can be accessed only via kayak. To visit this and other natural wonders, I would recommend a trip with Koru Kayaking (link).

5th of June 2018-Photo of the Day

Striking looking beast seen on the north coast between Sennen and Cape Cornwall -which can be seen in the distance on the right side of the photograph.

20th May 2018- Zennor Pilot Gig Regatta

On Saturday the 20th May, St Agnes Pilot Gig club raced at the Zennor Gig Regatta event, which is held at Sandy Cove, Newlyn. Good, mid-pack finishes were achieved by the women’s A and B crews and a scratch Men’s B crew. 

13th May 2018- Sunfish off Penzance

I spotted this sunfish whilst on a catamaran trip with the brilliant ‘Marine Discovery’ (link) who are based in Penzance. Summer is finally here?

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