We asked people who live and work on the Tin Coast what was important to them about their place. They told us to be sensitive and not over sensational the place, be subtle, tell stories – lots of them - but using the ‘words’ of the people who are born to and drawn to the place, help people to embrace and understand our culture and most definitely protect the natural landscape so that we have a sustainable and thriving future.
A collection of over 100 landscape images celebrate the seasonal changes of West Penwith, the unforgiving Atlantic, ancient moorland, wild viewpoints, industrial landscape and hardy environment. The lens points deliberately at encouraging visitors to wander and explore all that is on offer year round and away from peak season.
As with our films our audio stories have been carefully combined to capture some of the Tin Coast’s distinctive attributes using powerful storytelling to inspire respectful tourism and make it easy for visitors to understand that this is a multilocation destination highlighting and being guided by the geographical, historical and cultural uniqueness of the place and by an enduring Cornish spirit that is defined by our strong, thriving and resilient community.