Beautiful North Devon Calendar 2021

November 17, 2020

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It’s here! After a tedious lead up, mainly due to the current situation, I am pleased to announce that the new calendar has arrived. This years edition has a different feel to it and is perhaps, more atmosphereic that previous calendars. The reason for this is of course due to the first lockdown.  This meant that […]

The colours of Autumn

November 7, 2020

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Autumn, the season of melancholy and mellow fruitfulness is for many such a sad time of year. Summer is a distant memory, the nights draw in and the chill returns to your breath. However, the last hoorah of nature before the winter lockdown is such a joyous time of the year for photographers but it […]

Big clouds and Rainbows

October 18, 2020

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Dive in cold water big scape fans for a long weekend on Lundy Island, wandering and feeling wonderfully small under huge skies. Here we go… Big skies need big pictures, click on the pic to make it big. Dont forget to check the link for the Beautiful North Devon 2021 Calendar at esty,com  Now available […]

Lundy Rona: What’s hot, n’not.

October 18, 2020

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It’s been an unusual summer in more ways than one way but hardest to bare has been the lack of opportunist day, and camping trips, to Lundy Island. The Motor Ship (MS) Oldenburg, that normally packs 267 people on board, is now limited to 90 due to social distancing restrictions and unless you have booked […]

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Sneak Peak: Beautiful North Devon Calendar 2021

October 6, 2020

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The new 2021 Calendar is at the printers.  It’s quite an exciting time akin to the old days when you posted your roll of transparency film off to the Darkroom in Cheltenham and had to wait to see the results. All will be revealed soon, in the meantime here’s a selection of photos that were […]

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Classic Views and Cute Thatches

September 22, 2020

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Another circular walk on Exmoor and this time it’s a classic, or the classic. Up Bossington hill. Starting at the iconic Selworthy Church, which is still periodically coated with a mixture of lime and tallow to protect it from the elements, making the distinctive white building visible for miles around. Up to the top of […]

End of the summer sunsets

September 2, 2020

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Woolacombe sunsets are a photographers dream. Big skies, big beach, big sand dunes and big tides. Foreground interest (usually dogs), mid ground (crashing waves or rocks at combesgate) and background – the magnificent light thrown up as our planet rotates away from the star that gives life to our galaxy. Here are a few of […]

From Prayway to Limecombe

September 2, 2020

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Everyday has been like a bank holiday, and with the mother of all bank holidays; a sunny end of August one, bearing down on us, it was time to leave the village against the incoming hordes and get up on the roof again. Ashcombe up to Prayway head and back down Lime combe to Simonsbath […]

Posted in: Exmoor, North Devon

More Moor Meanderings

August 27, 2020

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It’s the end of summer and here’s the the way August has played out so far with warm downpours and gusty blows. In-between times there’s been big skies and solitary walks up on the moor. A reminder to all locals that you can escape the traffic jams, the Georgeham double decker bus queue, the Mortehoe […]

From beach to moor and back again

August 9, 2020

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So busy at the beach. You have to walk for miles to get away from the utterly maddening crowd or escape the moor for some peace and space. Photo essay.                                                   […]