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Calendar 17

December 12, 2016

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Back by mediocre demand, the 2017 Estpix Uphill Gardening & bespoke Exmoor BBQ Furniture calendar has 12 photos in it; taken this year from ‘Gods own country’ (North Devon) including sunsets, beaches, moorland and cliffs in a low volume, high quality, glossy package that you definitely wont find on the high street……. One copy per […]

Oktober Projeckt: Surf

October 1, 2016

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One photo every day in Oktober; scroll down for latest image.  Click to engorge. I haven’t taken many photos lately. Much to my shame: Work and other commitments have got in the way of ‘my essential contentment of futile wanderings’ with the camera. So, to try to re-ignite the flame ( & justify the purchase […]

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 […]

Golden Brown

May 11, 2016

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Texture like sun,  Lays me down with my mind she runs, throughout the night, no need to fight, never a frown with golden brown. Haven’t been able to publish much lately but I still keep shooting; here’s a couple from a sunset a month ago. Click on the pic to make it big on your […]

Joon

June 4, 2015

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Projeck. One photo every day in June. North Devon. Check back & scroll down every day or so for new uploads. June 1st. Beauty in weeds. Part 1 June 2nd. ‘BIW’ Part 2 June 3rd. Beach hut reflections June 4th. Middle beach peak June 5th Woolacombe Down. Woolacombe Up. 6th June. I love the way […]

A light dusting on top

January 14, 2015

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Here, where? Here. At sea level, it’s rare to get any snow settling on the ground for too long, however just a few miles up the coast Exmoor rises a thousand foot plus over the surf and therefore, often has a light dusting of the white stuff on top. Exmoor is bleak and this is […]

Where the waters meet

November 20, 2014

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Prologue: The beech trees really are the star of the show at this time of year. On Exmoor, Watersmeet is the meeting place of the East Lyn river and Hoar Oak Water. There is an old 19th Century fishing lodge that stands to bear witness of the ‘meeting’ and it’s just a short stroll from […]