More Moor Meanderings

Posted on August 27, 2020


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 bus 4 hour trip up the hill against a caravan, the non-distancing crowds and their inedptude by taking a short drive up to the roof of Devon #roof #exmoor

Small herd on the slopes of Dunkery Beacon

A little hint of mid August early heather

Three plus three, love the symmetry in this one

Typical Exmoor tree line horizon

Fence Friday re-visited

Exmoor blue and red spot with early browning leaves

The centre of attention, young stag and hinds

Hinds in the sun

Good showing of heather at Countisbury

Countisbury gate (did you see what I did there…)

This photo attracted a lot of attention on social media. Baggy Point being hammered by 50mph winds during Storm Francis

Heather and Exmoor ponies on Woolacombe Down

Massive swell and ferocious winds in the corner, Grunta breaking beyond Morte Point all the way through. Long rides

Between squalls at the early Exe

Big buggering skies

or what

space to ease the claustrophobia

and find light amongst the moorland dark clouds.

Still stoked with the Fuji XH-1 w/ 18-55mm f2.8 w/circ pol

Click on the image to get it bigger preferably on a bigger screen than your Nokia

Autumn Projeckt anyone?

One photo per week, Sept – Oct – Nov 2020.

Twelve photos.