Possibly one of my favourite places, Roche Rock is an outcrop located at Roche, Cornwall. I visited the location whilst exploring my cornish roots.
The romantic ruin of St Michael’s Chapel is perched on top of the rock and there have been many speculations as to why the chapel was built in its high-up location, including a lookout point, a place of worship for pilgrims travelling south and a hermitage.
The medieval chapel, constructed of granite, was licensed in 1409 and appears built into the schorl rock formation consisting of a 3-tiered structure with the flooring removed. It is a listed building, see Historic England’s listing.
Model created in Blender (personal project) using polygon modelling and my own photographs as reference.