Between the lockdowns

Posted on January 14, 2021


That is between Lockdown 2 and Lockdown3, or Christmas 2020 ‘The Superspreader Event’ as it was also known.

There was alot going on in the run up to Christmas, with the usual stuff to do, some work and the release of my calendar, with all that entails including those fun daily trips to the Post Office.

So, a wander about with the camera often provides some much needed photogratherapy.

Here’s a few of the shots from that period:

Dramatic light beyound Baggy Point

Looking back towards Braunton from the Burrows

As you can imagine, these reflections and giant puddle made me very happy (Crow Point)

A rainstorm moves on shore at Saunton (needs a click)

Not many sunsets due to the dismal weather but the occasional break in the clouds produce a display

What Exmoor means to me: A muddy path, a bent gate, baler twine tie ups and rain on Brendon

What Exmoor means to you: A beautiful blonde posing perfectly in nature

Twisty Haw on the roof

Shed with a view to rival mine …..

Bit of a sprinkle on the roof

Love this one: Exmoor looking like Wyoming

This one too: not perfect but working on my composition

Got next years Christmas card sorted, he can see you (can you see him?)


The clampdown. Mist and rain at Mill Rock #staylocal

Thanks for looking.

Coming next: Winter Projeckt 2021 Lockdown 3  Staying Local