Winter Mist, Corfe Castle by antonyspencer, via Flickr - Corfe Castle, Dorset, UK ~ The castle stands above the village and dates back in some form to the 10th century. It was the site of the murder of Edward the Martyr in 978. During the English Civil War it was a Royalist stronghold and was besieged twice, in 1643 and again in 1646. It is currently owned by the National Trust and is open to the public.
A photograph of an older and a younger woman talking on the steps of the entrance of two terraced cottages in Newlyn. In front of them are two pails, a bussa and a sleeping cat. Clothes hang out to dry between the two doors and on the wooden fence to the left. Both wear aprons tied in two places at the back. - Collections - Penlee House Gallery and Museum Penzance Cornwall UK