Today, I was lucky enough to go on a trip down a Cornish Mine built in the 1600's. It was an incredible experience, and a great chance to see the inner workings of a very early Cornish mine. The mine was in the Pendeen area and was situated on the side of a cliff hidden from view. The only access is via a small foot path that is over grown and almost not even a foot path. Small passage ways and knee deep water whilst 40m inside a cliff was an incredible experience.
The Images that I took where without flash and at 6400 ISO. I personally like the grainy appearance, and feel it adds to the already terrifying experience.