How do you know when you can start calling yourself a photographer instead of “I just have this camera I carry around?” It can be answered with one single scenario. Have you ever been traveling (by plane or car, long or short distance, no matter) and thought “I want to go to this place, just so I can snap a few photos of it? That’s the difference. Someone who carries around a camera, capturing moments is technically a photographer, but you can’t rightly go calling yourself a photographer until you become the person who is searching for your photos, not just happening upon them.
Lovelane Caravans is a place that I want to go, if for no other reason to just snap a few photographs. The campsite is located on the rocky coast of Cornwall, tucked away behind giant trees with sprawling ocean views. Like a trip back to 1950, hand-sewn curtains dangle above the windows of the individual trailers, next to freshly picked flowers and colorful furniture. It’s my kind of honeymoon spot. I’d gladly have a night or two here, spending my days riding horses or snorkeling. The Lovelane Caravans are a gorgeous glimpse into a more simple time. Come a few days and make fires for roasting s’mores or play card games inside and enjoy Cornwall’s occasional rain storms (or even go find a sea cave and watch the rain pour from there). You can explore Dollar Cove and then make your way down to Land’s End after your stay.
No matter what you do, Lovelane is the type of place you can go to disconnect from the world while picking up that camera and making every moment a memory.