After I moved to North Devon in July of 2018, I started to explore more. This is a collection of pictures from all around this region including Exmoor, Lynton, Lynmouth and the Heddon Valley, also Ilfracombe and Saunton Sands.
Often these pictures are taken whilst on walks when I see amazing weather or views develop in front of me as I wander along with my dog. Other times, I'll head out at a specific time with a certain picture in mind, but that rarely goes to plan!
In this case we’re looking back towards Exmoor and down into the trees of the Lyn Valley. At the bottom of the valley is the Watersmeet garden. The image was taken in August when the beautiful purple Heather is at its beautiful best.
opposite the harbour. The flowers and signs in the late summer sun really stand out against the white of the buildings and the picket fence. The buildings contain popular attractions including the Harbourside cafe on the corner and the Rising Sun Hotel.
National Trust in 1982. In the 19th century, limestone and coal were brought across the Bristol Channel and burnt in the kiln to make the lime needed to counteract the acidity of the local soil. Get there by strolling through ancient woodland alongside the River Heddon, between some of England's highest cliffs.
across the Channel to the setting sun. It was during the very hot period in
the summer of 2018, on the same day as the picture Coastline View to Foreland Point. A ship can be seen sailing towards the sunset and Atlantic Ocean.