Monday, 8 June 2009

Bryher, Isles of Scilly

Bryher is one of the westerly islands in the Scilly isles. With about a hundred inhabitants scattered over it's 327 acres it's a quiet and peaceful place, idyllic in summer but has a different face in rough weather with nothing to protect it from the storms crossing the Atlantic. Visitors can camp or there is the luxurious Hell Bay Hotel. Not much else except for the Fraggle Rock pub, church and village shop, the Bryher Stores. There is a good chance of seeing seals though they tend to keep their distance if you try and get too close. The beautiful views are inspiration to artist Richard Pearce who paints in a studio overlooking the beach.

To see my Stock Photos of Bryher, click HERE

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