A couple of weeks ago I had to drive across the Haldon Hills, but couldn’t stop to have a proper look around or take photographs. The last time I did so was when I made my second visit to the Pet Cemetery, near the Haldon … Continue readingThe simple pleasure of recognising familiar landmarks from new vantage points
One day I must visit Grimspound on a fine, sunny day. The last time I was there (March 2013) it was ice cold, all around covered in frost, and the light was a cool blue. Last week’s outing wasn’t meant to be a trip to … Continue readingDense mist, Grimspound, November 2015
Here I go again uploading a panoramic image of rural Devon that is likely to be of little interest to anyone outside of the county (and probably most within it). To me this land of rolling hills and narrow country lanes is heaven on earth; … Continue readingTraining cattle under Knowle Hill?
It was a little hard to tell, late in March on Great Staple Tor, when the partial eclipse had ended. At the time of maximum eclipse the light levels had fallen a little. but not much, because it wasn’t a total eclipse in the South … Continue readingLight after the eclipse