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Lands End Rocks, Cornwall
England

If you keep going west, a little further away from the bustle and commercialisation of Lands End, you end up on the coastal path. You might as well be a thousand miles from anywhere when you get this far.

Copyright: Tom hurley
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Tags: lands end; cornwall; south west coastal path; sw coastal path; rocks; sea; atlantic
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