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Snow in the sand dunes

March 18, 2018

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Woolacombe. Sunday March 18th. Photo essay. Not to be reproduced without permission. Best viewed on a large screen. Click on the pic. Fuji XT-2 w/ 16mm JPEGs straight outa the cam with a little exposure compensation. Coming next: More Lundy Advertisements

Lundy Blizzard

March 8, 2018

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Tibbetts became uninhabitable sadly; frozen pipes but plenty of coal however, there was a bad forecast with no chance of a thaw, Lundy staff Rob and Pete were fearful that the boiler would be next so, reluctantly we were re-located to Bramble Villa East (BVE). A new experience for all of us: Electricity, radiators, wood […]

Lundy Spring – Part two (Snow)

March 7, 2018

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The Met Office issued yellow snow warning and we wondered what we would do if we saw some yellow snow on Lundy. It tried to snow in the afternoon but nothing settled. Then, the next day, we awoke to a generous dump. The was a snow drift inside the front door and on the inside […]

Snow deer round ‘ere

February 24, 2018

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Between snow flurries and with fading light we spotted this group of mainly stags on a distant hillside. With the wind in our faces and sneaking along a shallow ditch by a Devon bank, we edged up on the herd, they were grazing and we managed to sit and watch them for many minutes.  They […]

White snow and the Exmoor winter

February 11, 2018

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Winter Exmoor in all its bleak glory. Early February 2018.   Clickety click Fuji XT-2 w/ XF  16-55mm f2.8 & XF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 OIS

Can you smell carrots.

January 11, 2016

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These are some pix from early February 2009. To my recollection that was the last time there was actually snow on the beach. With all this talk of immanent snow after a very mild  (but wet) winter so far, it’s nearly seven years to the day since these photos were taken. {jazz hands} Spooky…. Is […]

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 […]