Photos from Devon - Page 1
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
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|Images from the Walks
|South West Coast sign at Abbotsham
|Meldon Reservoir south of Okehampton on edge of Dartmoor
|Leather Tor reflected in Burrator Reservoir
|Boundary stones are a common feature of Dartmoor
|Granite outcrops near Saddle Tor
|Two massive granite blocks form Haytor Rocks
|Haytor Rocks consists of two large granite outcrops
|View north from Haytor Rocks across Becka Brook valley
|Quarries near Haytor Rocks provided high quality granite
|Holwell Tor is a perfect place to view north Hound Tor
|Greator Rocks & remains of Medieval Village of Hundatona
|Hound Tor is formed of weathered granite
|On a clear day the view from Hound Tor is exceptional
|Some of the summit rocks of Hound Tor
|The village of Stoke, near Hartland in North Devon
|Eldern Point is reached by the South West Coast Path
|Shipwreck south of Hartland Point
|Hartland Point is a rocky promontory with a lighthouse
|Blagdon Cliff south of Hartland Point
|Lundy Island seen from Damehole Point
|Blegberry Beach lies south of Damehole Point
|Blackpool Mill lies at the back of Blegberry Beach
|Blegberry Beach has incredible rock formations
|Ruined tower on The Warren, Hartland Quay
|County Gate is boundary between Somerset & Devon
|Brendon lies alongside East Lyn River
|Path beside East Lyn River from Brendon to Watersmeet
|Woodland above the river near Watersmeet
|View above Watersmeet of two valleys
|Lynmouth & Lynton from South West Coast Path, Contisbury
|South West Coast Path 250 metres above sea, Contisbury
|View from summit of The Foreland along Exmoor coast
|The South West Coast Path with the coast nowhere to be seen
|South West Coast Path between Lynmouth & Porlock
|View from Malmsmead to County Gate
|Oare Water is a pleasant stream that joins Badgworthy Water
|The interior of Oare Church (Exmoor) is simply decorated
|Oare Church is compact with an oversized tower
|Badgworthy Water located between the moors of Exmoor
|Remains of Medieval Village, 4km from Malsmead
|Brendon Common has good views across Exmoor
|Lank Combe is typical of the Doone Valley
|Picture postcard views across Tor Bay
|A typical rock formation along the South Devon coast
|Along the shoreline approaching Elberry Cove
|The ruin at the end of Elberry Cove
|Picturesque cove with Brixham harbour in next bay
|Ordnance on the outskirts of Brixham
|Heading southwest alongside The Grove woodlands
|View crossing golf course near Broadsands
|Sea Stacks, Ladram Bay
|Meavy Lane - a narrow country lane with high hedges.
|Village green at Meavy.
|Totem pole at the visitors centre.
|Sheeps Tor from Burrator Reservoir
|Stile near Huntingdon Cross
|Stepping Stones and Footbridge over the River Lyd
|Brownsham Wood near Clovelly
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