Today’s Pictures: 18 Apr 21

‘Allowing Faith to walk ten miles a day so she can work to support you and her sister, suggests a less than Christian attitude.’
Stuart Aken, Breaking Faith.

Daily photographs from our local forest will continue here until the end of April. I’m adding another from my collection to show more of the world and its wonders. I’ll probably replace this series with single pictures from my files, once it’s run its course.
If shared on social media, more people will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of our world, so please do that if you can. Thank you.

The seafront at Lynmouth.

All photographs here are my own, unless otherwise credited. More of my pictures can be found here. And a small sample of my work lives under the ‘Gallery’ tab, top of this page.

6 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 18 Apr 21

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    1. Yes, Forestry England, who manage the forest, take care of public paths and bridleways, and have made use of the former industrial tracks, turning many into charming paths and some into service roads for their own vehicles, Lynette. The free access to the entire forest is something we value, and we often go ‘off piste’ in among the tree where that’s possible; it allows us to really feel part of nature.

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    1. The victorian industrial architecture is long-lived, Brenda. They knew how to build for long life. And much of it is quite eloegant, and built from local stone, so it fits well in the landscape. The railway stopped functioning back in the early 1960s.
      That part of the coast is quite wild. Very steep cliffs with sand only in the small coves that dot its length. Lovly little hidden places that are delightful.

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