Bows and flows of angel hair

Posted on July 13, 2016

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For the first time in ages I managed to sneak an afternoon on Exmoor. There was a nippy nor-west wind but it was beautifully clear beneath racing Cumulus clouds. I skirted the north edge of the moor from Brendon to Lorna Doone valley ending up at Robbers Bridge. Big skies and the emptiness of the landscape kinda instil a state of meditation and put things into perspective. Like Juno wandering the orbits of Jupiter….

I am delighted to report that the first of the heather is starting to flower, and the moor will soon be aflame. Also I stumbled upon these exquisite orchids, if anyone knows the name of this delicate beauty please mention in the comments below. I hope that you are viewing on a big screen; the experience is so much better. If you click on the pic you can make it awesome.

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Canon 5D mk3 w/ EF24-70mm f2.8 L ll

Most images straight outa the camera (except the last pic of Robbers Bridge that I fiddled about with in Photoshop).

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