Hangmans Hill looking north
Dawn on Avon
Predawn light over the tidal stretch of the River Avon at Bantham in Devon.
It looks like a Hobbit Boathouse to me.
Ferry Service across the Avon Estuary at Bantham
Returning from our coastal walk
Hikers rehydrate at the Journeys End Pub in Ringmore
Very traditional 13th century pub, with extensive range of cider, the Journeys End Inn
Dawn at Bantham
pre dawn light over the Avon estuary at Bentham.
Burgh Island from Bantham Beach
Hotel where Agatha Christie wrote two of her best selling novels.
St Micheals Mount on a grey day
Near St Ives, Cornwall. UK
Ice Cream time
Small boat motoring across Freshwater Bay. Devon.
Taken from Start Point on the south Coast of Devon.
Fresh water bay in B&W
Sunset from the head at Bantham
The moated Bishops Palace . Wells Somerset.
Stairs to the Chapter House, built at the end of the 13th Century. The steps are worn by countless generations of feet.
From the slopes of May Hill looking down towards the Severn Estuary.
A walk through Newent Wood
Top of May Hill looking towards the Severn Estuary
Mary sits in window seat in the castle at St Micheals Mount , Cornwall
St Micheals Mount
Canon on the battlements of the castle on St Michelins Mount. The flag is the ancient banner of Cornwall.
High life on a damp day
Mary ond Del on the parapets at St Micheals Mount. Cornwall. UK
Crowded Causeway at St Micheals Mount. Cornwall. UK
About 3 hours after high tide the causeway appears and those people who were too tight to pay 2 pounds to the boatman get to walk across. There are a lot of them.
Low tide at the causeway to St Micheals Mount. Cornwall
Old stone bridge
Clapper bridge on the coastal path near St Ives
Low Tide, St Ives
Gethin leaving our holiday cottage
Harvest Festival preparations at Christchurch Priory. Dorset
Sunset from Dels beach hut. Milford on Sea.