Here’s the second and final installment of the etchings of west Cornwall drawn by Donald Shaw MacLaughlan in 1919.
The first is the most difficult to pin down. Those look like engine houses on the distant horizon. Or is it the monument on Carn Brea?
The next etching was made near Gwinear.
The final two were made just to the west of Camborne at Tregenna.
This area is now more urban and the cowgirl and her cows might be at a little more risk from the passing SUV.