Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall
St Clement, Truro, Cornwall
Photographer: Rowena Castillo Nicholls
Videographer: Rob Nicholls
What a fantastic and fabulous "4 days off" this Easter. Me and Rob Nicholls had done some reflection and praying as well as having a great time bonding, walking, butterfly and birdwatching. We've been good in eating fish and vegetables only too. No meat at all.
The Roseland Peninsula, or just Roseland, (Cornish: Ros, meaning promontory) is a district of West Cornwall. The 2009 film documentary “And Did Those Feet” suggests that Jesus Christ may have visited the Roseland Peninsula. The legend of Christ's visit to England is depicted in William Blake's poem "And Did Those Feet in ancient time".
St Clement (Cornish: Moresk) is a civil parish and village in Cornwall. Aside from the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside they come to see the village church and its associated conservation projects that are maintained by members of the local community. Unlike some other villages in the district, the village of St Clement has changed very little in recent times. The parish of St Clement lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
- 2x Little Egret, 1x Grey Heron, 10++ Shelducks, loads of Gulls and different species of Corvids at Tresillan
- 2x Orange Tip, 4x Peacock, 1x Red Admiral, 1x Small Tortoiseshell and 2x Small White, Ruan Lanihorne
- 10++ Sandwich Tern, 3x Great Northern Diver, loads of Guillemots and Razorbills, loads of Shags and Cormorants, 2x Gannets,1x Kestrel, 2x Buzzard, loads of Gulls and different species of Corvids in the Roseland Peninsula
- 1x Speckled Wood (resident butterfly in our garden), Grampound Road