Godrevi means small farms, and its located on the eastern side of St. Ives Bay, West Cornwall, England, in the United Kingdom.
A popular place for hiking and surfing at the west coast of Great Britain. The lighthouse there is said to be the inspiration for Virginia Woolf’s novel „To the Lighthouse“.
The natural beauty and the calm ocean inspired us to stay there a little while and taking images with our Nikon D800. A rough and admirable coastline with beautiful sceneries awaited Jack the Flipper. We inhaled the fresh & clear ocean air and were filled with desire and wanted to see much more from that nice piece of natural land-and seascapes.
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Godrevy Island is situated 3½ miles across St.Ives Bay, where rugged cliffs rise from the sea. The white octagonal tower, 26 metres high, is made from rubble stone bedded in mortar, and is sited together with its adjoining keepers’ cottages almost in the centre of the largest of the rocks.