27 Sep 2015

Exmoor ... a breath of fresh air.


Wild and windy at times,
other times
Sunny, Mild and Breathtaking...

(well, to be honest it is breathtaking when wet, windy and wild
you just can't hardly breath on those occasions)!!!

















18 comments:

  1. Looks like The shire where Hobbits live. The rolling hills look like a patchwork quilt. Are those purple flowers in the last photo heather?

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    1. Yes, that is heather....the moor is covered with it :-)

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  2. A part of the UK I've never visited. Just beautiful.

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    1. Has a lot going for it Eileen, small in terms of National Park though.

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  3. Fabulous nature , love those hills !

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  4. very beautiful as we welcome fall!

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  5. WOW! You can see forever! ♥♥♥♥

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  6. I'm totally envious, how beautiful!!! Your corner of the world still remains on my list of places I hope to visit some day!

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  7. Wonderful landscapes, Ann!

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  8. Without a doubt my kind of landscape. Lorna Doone and all that! Richard Doddridge Blackmore's father was rector in CM many years ago and officiated at my great grandparents marriage! Exmoor is definitely one of my most favourite places in the world. The house where I grew up in CM is within the National Park boundary. Now I'm homesick!

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  9. Dear Ann these photos are truly beautiful. This looks like a gorgeous place to visit. Your Estuary watercolor is certainly blissful. Loved visiting Dunster Castle with you too. This looks so charming. Hope you are having a great day.

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  10. How magnificent! I so want to see if in person someday! :)

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  11. Beautiful landscapes!!! I'm coming by for some plein air painting.

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  12. Thank you so much for your lovely comments everyone 😊

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  13. i enjoy seeing the photos of these beautiful areas you post!

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