Browsing All posts tagged under »Bluebells«

Blue Lundy

May 26, 2021

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  With umpteen visits and ‘stays’ on Lundy over the last (hhummty) years, it seems that I have never had a May stopover, which seems logical as it’s a very busy time for the last of the serious surf contests and, preparation for the start of the holiday season in North Devon. Both have ran […]

Shinny happy bluebells

May 11, 2021

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Back to my local bluebell wood, now in full bloom but this time in a daylong downpour. Despite how good it was for the garden, was it worth the soaking, for both me and my kit? See for yourself and if the shinny leaves and delicate flowers don’t lift your spirits, have a word with […]

Combesgate candy

April 29, 2021

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One of the best walks around Woolacombe at the moment is; up the donkey path to Twitchen wood and back down by the stream. Short, sweet and full of colour. The bluebells are the divas of the show but there are strong supporting roles, not least the heady smells and bright white flowers of the […]

Bimble round Brownsham

April 21, 2021

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Warm winds and a tee shirt wander around Black Church rock and Hartland headland in the ancient woodlands looking for bluebells. Using the Mitakon 35mm f0.95, love this lens but it is such hard work, haha, keeps you honest tho Mitikkon!!

June Projeck

June 1, 2013

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Project J13 – One photo everyday in June Scroll down to see todays photo Just for the fun fun fun of it; a diary of the best month of the year in the Shire. (random thoughts added instead of a title – clickety click on the pic; to make it sick) June 1st Morte Point […]