Labyrinth at St Michael’s Mount

Labyrinth at St Michael's Mount, Marazion, Cornwall Labyrinth at St Michael’s Mount, Marazion, Cornwall, United Kingdom.

My husband and I arrived at Marazion in the late afternoon, hoping to enjoy St Michael’s Mount in the fading light. Our plan was to visit the Mount on another day, but the causeway was dry so we started to walk towards the Mount. However, the tide moved in quickly, forcing us back to the shore before we could reach the island.

As sunny and beautiful as the day was, the wind was fierce, so we headed to the Godolphin Arms for a hot cup of coffee. I took the above photo from the Godolphin Arms’ beach-side patio. I like how someone traced two small labyrinths in the sand. Blueprints, perhaps?

Labyrinth at St Michael's Mount, Marazion, Cornwall

I took this photo a bit earlier (pre-coffee) while standing on the steps to the Godolphin Arms. I understand how people could be tempted to walk the labyrinth; it seemed so inviting in such a peaceful and beautiful location.

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About satnavandcider

An American expat living in England, exploring the United Kingdom and Europe through five senses and a camera lens.
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4 Responses to Labyrinth at St Michael’s Mount

  1. in love with your photos. definitively!

  2. only1katieb says:

    That’s fab! I might have to try that sometime.

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