Category Archives: Devon
Saturday was beautiful and we drove through Torbay, stopping near Thatcher’s Rock to gaze at this view of Lyme Bay. The phone camera doesn’t do landscapes well but gives you the feel at least. Stretching across the sea are some … Continue reading
I love chooks and these were pecking their way around the courtyard at Buckland. I’ll be back tomorrow with some photos of the Great Barn.
But I still went to the beach at Sidmouth where it was low tide and bright sunshine. April tomorrow, I’m hoping for some warmth!
A lovely National Trust property, Saltram has been overlooking the River Plym for three hundred years. If it looks familiar, it was one of the settings for 1995 film version of Sense and Sensibility. I didn’t go into the house … Continue reading
Michael Pick says, ‘We spend so much of our lives thinking back, or looking ahead, and even though a photo captures only one moment in time, with a bit of thought it can freeze the process of moving forward, or … Continue reading
As always Jake created a cool animation for his Sunday challenge, check his Bay and join in at http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/sunday-post-bay/ I’ve chosen Torbay, the English Riviera for my entry.
I walked at the canal again today, starting from the Jubilee bridge this time. It does a horseshoe loop that is quiet disorientating, you feel as if you’ve turned around on yourself. It started cold but once the sun broke … Continue reading
http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/ has given us the prompt of arrangement this week and Jake says, ‘The act of arranging or being arranged like Places, living things or collection of things that have been arranged. The condition, manner, agreement, settlement or music result … Continue reading
Flow of spring beside the tracks. Bend of river’s shingle bank occupied by Whooper’s elegant lounge. Hip like curve sinks to moist valley then rises to a belly mound hill. Distant lace edged horizon naked with late winter oaks abundant in … Continue reading