Minack Theatre, Penzance, Cornwall, England. An old open-aired theater constructed on a large granite rock that reaches out into the ocean. Today, the theater is still fully function and runs 17 plays during the summer season.
AERIAL VIEW | Mousehole, Cornwall: 'Mousehole (pronounced "mowzel") is named after a small cave of that name. It is famous for its narrow granite streets and tiny harbour, the landing place for the Knights of St John on their return from the Holy Land. Poet Dylan Thomas called it the prettiest village in England, and there is speculation that it was the inspiration for Llaregub, the village at the centre of his "Under Milk Wood".' ✫ღ⊰n