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Photos from Exmoor - Page 1

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Images from the Walks
122001View between Wheddon Cross & Luckwell Bridge
122002Dunkery Gate marks the entrance to open country
122003High moors of Exmoor provide views to the sea
122004Dunkery Beacon has a large cairn & trig column
122005Descending from Dunkery Beacon into the valleys below
122006Pastoral beauty near Wheddon Cross
122101View from Bossington Hill to Porlock Bay
122102Heather-clad Selworthy Beacon
122103South West Coast Path, Selworthy Beacon
122104Selworthy's famous thatched cottages
122105Whitewashed Selworthy Church
122106Packhorse bridge at Allerford
122201The Punchbowl from Withycombe Farm
122202Exmoor National Park has mixed scenery
122203Withycombe Farm, the Punchbowl
122204Winsford Hill. National Trust
126201County Gate is boundary between Somerset & Devon
126202Brendon lies alongside East Lyn River
126203Path beside East Lyn River from Brendon to Watersmeet
126204Woodland above the river near Watersmeet
126205View above Watersmeet of two valleys
126206Lynmouth & Lynton from South West Coast Path, Contisbury
126207South West Coast Path 250 metres above sea, Contisbury
126208View from summit of The Foreland along Exmoor coast
126209The South West Coast Path with the coast nowhere to be seen
126210South West Coast Path between Lynmouth & Porlock
126301View from Malmsmead to County Gate
126302Oare Water is a pleasant stream that joins Badgworthy Water
126303The interior of Oare Church (Exmoor) is simply decorated
126304Oare Church is compact with an oversized tower
126305Badgworthy Water located between the moors of Exmoor
126306Remains of Medieval Village, 4km from Malsmead
126307Brendon Common has good views across Exmoor
126308Lank Combe is typical of the Doone Valley
166901Tarr Steps, a medieval clapper bridge and ford
172701Exmoor moorland above Hoar Oak
175001Start of path to Dunkery Beacon, Dunkery Gate
175002View to Dunkery Gate from Dunkery Beacon
175003The large cairn on the summit of Dunkery Beacon
175004Descent path from Dunkery Beacon
175005Dramatic skies over Dunkery Beacon
175006Dramatic light over Dunkery Beacon
186001The path from the National Park car park to Tarr Steps
186002The Tarr Steps provide a dry crossing of the River Barle
186003The River Barle near Tarr Steps
186004Interesting tree roots beside the River Barle
186005The village of Withypool with the high moors of Exmoor beyond
186006The parish church at Withypool
186007The bridge over the River Barle at Withypool
186008The lane south from Withypool to Westwater Farm
186009The winter sun sets early over the Tarr Steps
191001Leaving Lynmouth the view ahead to Foreland Point
191002Nearing Countisbury a view to Lynmouth and Lynton
191003Parish church at Countisbury is dwarfed by a yew tree
191004The descent from Countisbury to Watersmeet
191005The woodland approaching Watersmeet is dense
191006Watersmeet House is a former fishing lodge
191007Watersmeet where the two branches of the River Lyn meet
191008The River Lyn below Watersmeet
191009Foreland Point seen from Lynmouth

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