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  "Each one [of the Earth's 5 million invertebrate species] plays a role in its ecosystem. It's like we're tearing the cogs out of a great machine. The machine might work after you tear out ten cogs, but what happens when you tear out a hundred?"— Scott Black,

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Of course Paul’s deep knowledge of the region, its flora and its beauties – and not to forget his patience and his humor – have made me feel like it all was too short.  As a result, my eyes and my brain are full of new images and new knowledge.

– Jean-Claude B, Switzerland.


Roseland best of
Roseland best of
devils frying pan cadgwith
devils frying pan cadgwith
carrick luz views
carrick luz views
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
pentreath beach and kynance cove
pentreath beach and kynance cove
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
soapy cove
soapy cove
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
housel bay sea
housel bay sea
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
church cove gunwalloe
church cove gunwalloe
terence coventry interaction
terence coventry interaction
kynance cove
kynance cove
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
helford village
helford village
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
Lizard walking week July 2012
Lizard walking week July 2012
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
jean claude at lloyds building
jean claude at lloyds building
Roseland best of
Roseland best of
halzephron cove
halzephron cove

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Free Walks Around Cornwall

Free downloads and movies

 Free downloads? Always a good thing.

I write for Here and Now the Cornwall listings magazine, funnily enough about walking. There are a few walks and articles to download. Feel free.

Hopefully the articles make you look at walking from a different perspective and help you get more out of strolling and sauntering. I welcome comments and conversations about all things walking so please do get in touch.

paul 5 500 x 289.jpgAlso there have been a couple of TV appearances.

The first was with Billy Joel on stage where he sang and I played “New York State Of Mind”. You will notice that I am now a little more “distinguished” than I was then 15 years ago.

The other was a couple of years back when Matt from Countryfile came down to Cornwall and I had the pleasure of taking him around a few places, one of which made it off the cutting room floor and was on the programme. We talked about the building of a “false Falmouth” at Nare Point on the Lizard peninsula by the props department of Ealing Studios to deflect the bombs from enemy aircraft.

We also have a free guided walks page where you can view a walk on Google Earth with photos of the surrounding area and information and GPS coordinates. Folow them on the relevant OS map and away you go to explore the area. Need some information about the area? Email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Now I have also been a musician and composer for nigh on 30 years and it is my plan, now that I have finally purchased a 24-track recorder to get back into writing. This beautiful scenery of Cornwall inspires me and it is time to marry the images of the landscape with some piano pieces. So keep your eyes (and ears) out for some visuals and audio.