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The last autumn swell

December 2, 2018

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A weekend of pumping surf in North Devon was a nice way to say goodbye to the autumn of 2018.   XT-3 w/ 16-55mm & 100-400mm Just got back from a stormy battering on Lundy, check back tomorrow or next day for the pix Advertisements

2019 Estpix (Uphill Gardening, bespoke Exmoor furniture & decking) Calendar.

November 7, 2018

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New calendar now available, by post or pick up. Tenner. Or two pints of Lowenbrau if you are local…… Cheers! Now for sale £9.99. The Estpix Calendar has come along way since Andy Irons appeared on the cover of the first one published back in 2000. Since then it has gone through many changes, culminating […]

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 […]

2014 Calendar

November 5, 2013

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Back by popular demand: The 2014 Estpix Wall Calendar 12 stunning shots taken in and around North Devon £9.99 inc P&P Photos are approx A4 size, and calendar is posted in a card backed envelope. Payment by cheque or paypal. Send your cheque (made payable to estpix), name and address to: Estpix Fotohoggery Fairhaven, Bay […]

Estpix Canvas Prints

October 26, 2013

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With the disgusting celebration to capitalism. that is Christmas,  just around the corner, we at Estpix are getting into the festive mood by flogging these high quality canvas prints.  These two seem to be the most popular: This one, a  black and white of Croyde taken from Baggy Point end of the beach shows the […]

Secrets are what a secret is

June 30, 2012

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It’s the end of June and my feet are still white. Even by British standards, the weather has been the hottest trending topic with everyone you meet. As surfers we are profoundly effected by the arbitrary moods of the weather or more specifically the wind and the consequences it has as it passes over the […]

Winning and being the Best

May 14, 2012

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It’s been a long time since the British Surfing Champion came from North Devon, since 1984 in fact when Richard Carter (Redwood surf shop, Croyde) held the crown. Last November Woolacombe resident, Stuart Campbell, brought the title back to Devon from a stormy Fistral Beach in Cornwall. To celebrate Stuey’s 21st birthday (today), his title […]