The old mines, scattered around cornwall are great subjects for photography. There are so many ways of photographing them. Like most landscapes, being in wide open spaces means the weather and change dramatically in a very short amount of time. Sometimes you have to work with what you get. I’ve always wanted to photography these amazing buildings with the stars, but being a forty minute drive away means the weather can be totally different from home than it is on location. Usually resulting in overcast sky’s, rain and high winds, what with it being on the cliff top’s of the north coast.