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Catching oysters on a cold winters day

February 3, 2018

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In a gap between downpours, on a cold winters day, I took advantage of a super low tide and walked from Main beach here in Woolacombe to Grunta beach without getting my feet wet (waterproof shoes). As a consequence of the super moon, the tide drains out to near zero allowing us walkers to pass […]

The Longest Week

June 26, 2016

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Pictures from the longest week. Projeck. Mid June in North Devon 2016. Wet, wet & one sunset. Wild flowers in full splendour, generally quiet as most visitors stay home to watch the footie & vote to start the next recession. Click & big. Bye.   Trusty 5D mk3 & 24-70mm f2.8 L II Feeling so […]

Autumnk Projeck

September 30, 2014

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To map the autumn here in North Devon 2014: Every week I will post one photo and some or no words to compliment the image, or not as the case may be. No GPS location or technical detail. Images posted mid-week, click on the image to make it bigger & sexier. Scroll down for latest […]

One night in June (Projeck)

July 4, 2014

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Last year I took a photo every day in June and called it the June Projeck (https://esterspears.com/2013/06/01/june-project/) . This year I took 100 photos on one magical night.. The sunset over two of my favourite places; Lundy island & Morte Point, then the moonrise over my street at home & then moonset over Baggy point […]

Misty Mornings, Stunning Sunsets & Bluebells

May 11, 2014

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It’s been a busy spring for me and I haven’t really been on any massive photo missions, just an odd pic snatched here and there in between the mayhem of a late middle-aged life (life adjustment) (not gloing to iuse the ‘c’ word) … Here’s a selection of the best of spring 2014 here in […]

Steamy Windows

February 8, 2014

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Another weekend and another apocalyptic storm, as I write the Sevenstones Lightship has just tweeted from 18 miles off Lands End: “It’s Feb 8, 2014 @ 5pm ; Wind = W (270°) 45.1 knots; Swell = 30.5 ft @ 12 seconds….” Here’s a few pix from North Devon today of those 30 foot waves and […]

Happy New Year Slabhunters..

January 1, 2014

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..lets hope it’s a peaceful one with plenty of swell. Here in North Devon the weather did nothing to help relieve the festive hangover, it was damp and windy and the fields are knee deep in mid-winter mud, not suitable for a gentle perambulation, but with a mahoosive swell running; it was ideal for slab […]