Friday, 24 June 2016

River walk

But first a sheepjam (that's Devon for you)




This was in Drewsteignton....


Then on to Fingle Glen
where we had a lovely walk



















We spied across the river a large photograph that had been added to the scenery




Well, it was different that's for sure...










20 comments:

  1. That looks like a lovely spot. Another for the list, thank you!

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    1. That's good, I hope you visit there one day :)

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  2. A beautiful walk! I wonder what that large photograph means? Haha, sheepjam. :)

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    1. It is lovely there Judy. I couldn't help but add the sheepjam joke, lol. Going to put a blog post in tomorrow about the photographs/photographer.

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  3. Such a lovely place to have my morning cuppa.

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  4. Gorgeous! Curious picture there!

    I can feel my blood pressure drop looking at the photos.

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    1. Look out for my blog post tomorrow Marie :)

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  5. It all looks lovely! Strange place to put a huge photo, but why not? I think the last photo deserves a painting!

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    1. It was a surprise to us, not something you expect to see.

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  6. What a beautiful riverside walk!

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    1. A very nice place to stroll (and stop at the pub for a drink afterwards) ;)

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  7. lovely peaceful photos Ann!

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  8. There is something so peaceful about a river in the woods! :D

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    1. Yes, it was lovely there and the dogs really enjoyed playing.

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  9. That's a really beautiful place. I'm interested to read more about the photograph!

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    1. New blog post on here now Eileen :)

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  10. We love this spot, it must have been such a surprise discovering the picture! Sarah x

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    1. Not the sort of thing you expect to find on a woodland walk, lol :)

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