Land's End is mainland England's most westerly point. Drizzle rain with poor visibility isn't the best for scenic photos, but the occasion had to be recorded. For the record, if I had wanted to have my photo taken by the flagpole, I had to pay money and the photographer had to take it. The amusement arcade here also spoils the ambience somewhat.
The weather had cleared by the time we drove to Lizard Point, mainland England's most southerly point. We enjoyed a brisk walk along the headland here, and even spotted a couple of seals in the water below us.
I can't imagine putting out to sea in these dinghies.