This series of images explores the boundaries of Upton Towans in Hayle, Cornwall​. Now a Site of Special Scientific Interest covered in grassland and sand dunes, it was once home to mining and the National Explosives Works when, in a bygone era, Hayle was an important industrial town.

This series of photographs looks at how the expanding residential areas and the increasing reliance on tourism that plagues Cornwall affect the landscape that sits next to its boundaries.

This is a work in progress.

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