Port Isaac, North Cornwall, UK - Cottage Window - Doc Martin Location
Port Isaac is a small and picturesque fishing village on the Atlantic coast of north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The village is known as the home of the PBS television series, DOC MARTIN. It's the real location of the fictional village of "Port Wenn". This photo is of a lovely quaint cottage window in the small village. This is only available in 12x16"
Port Isaac Village Scene - North Cornwall, UK - Click to View Larger
A great shot of the village of Port Isaac, late afternoon - the "Golden Hour".
The image size would be 5" high by approximately 11 7/8" wide.
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Port Isaac, North Cornwall, UK - Doc Martin "Roscarrock Hill" Street Sign
Panoramic View of the Village of Port Isaac - North Cornwall UK
A typical overcast day in November showing the Village of Port Isaac. As I've mentioned, this is the location for the series DOC MARTIN. This scene shows a bit of the shoreline. The image is available larger as well. Please inquire.
Port Isaac- North Cornwall - Seagull on the Wall
Port Isaac, North Cornwall - UK - View From My Restaurant Window
From the restaurant/pub where I had lunch in Port Isaac - the Golden Lion, up the stairs. You're looking into the distance and seeing Roscarrock Road. The small stone house on the hill is Doc Martin's surgery, Lovely shot, and probably looks much like it did 200 years ago.
Dartmouth Landscape at Sunrise - Devon - UK
This was taken at sunrise from the airbnb where I was staying in Dartmouth. Through a window! Lovely picturesque feel of the area.
UK - Cornwall - Bodmin Moor - Minions - Nice Vista View
Bodmin moor was heavily mined during the 19th century. Ruins of disused granite quarries and tin and copper mines litter the landscape. The photo is a fascinating and fairly typical view of the moor at this time of the year - the fall. In the background, you can see the old South Phoenix Engine Mine, used to mine tin and copper. In the foreground, you see a very typical sight - cattle poop. (I didn't remove it, because it is very much a part of the landscape. It becomes a game, as you can imagine, with all of the different animals and critters roaming the moor)
Port Isaac Fish Merchant - North Cornwall, UK
The fish shop is an old pilchard-curing (a small oily fish in the herring family - like a sardine) cellar in Port Isaac. The majority of the fish is purchased from small day boats, with locally caught crab, lobster, and scallops appearing on the counter, alongside a variety of fresh fish.
UK - Cornwall - Bodmin Moor - Minions - South Phoenix Engine Mine
Bodmin moor was heavily mined during the 19th century. Ruins of disused granite quarries and tin and copper mines litter the landscape.
This mine was first worked under the name Wheal Prosper in 1836 when it was part of Cornwall Great United Mines. The venture was unsuccessful, but later exploration found ore in quantity. Between 1848 and 1889 Phoenix United had produced 84,538 tons of copper and between 1853-1898 15,996 tons of tin. Today, it's the Minions Heritage Center.
Port Isaac Harbor - Low Tide - North Cornwall - UK
A fishing boat in the sand during low tide in Port Isaac Harbor - North Cornwall - UK
Port Isaac, Cornwall - A Pub/Restaurant and Oldest Building in Port Isaac
You can also see the fishing equipment - netting and ropes - on the left.
"Doc Martin's " house is seen to the left of larger dark stone house on Roscarrock Hill.