St Mawes Castle was one of two small forts, housing gun batteries, that have guarded the Carrick Roads anchorage for centuries near Falmouth in Cornwall, England. Built during the reign of King Henry VIII, these were costal defences designed to deter attack or invasion by the French or Spanish.
This English Heritage site is situated in the beautiful Roseland Peninsula some of which is owned by the National trust. Shot was taken looking toward St Anthony’s Head, with a Nikon D5100 set at f11, 1/60 sec, iso 100, with a Nikkor 18-200m lens at 18mm focal length.
A RAW imaged processed in Photoshop CS6.
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