I asked my artist in residence, Tim Baynes to create a painting of Tintagel. I hoped he would capture the mystery and magic of the place, and I think he has achieved this with his loose and vibrant interpretation of the beach and Merlin’s cave.

Tintagel, painting by Tim Baynes

And here is the larger photograph on which the painting was based.

Tintagel photo, Ruth Livingstone

You can read my description of my walk around Tintagel here.

To see more of Tim Baynes’ work, please visit Tim’s website or his blog Random Creativity.

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  1. Pingback: 132 Tintagel | Ruth's Coastal Walk (UK)

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