Nice walk along the beach at Blue Anchor this afternoon, the stakes were standing out well in the sunshine.
Peter Mather, 14 February 2019
Photos by Simon Ellery
Alison Slack took these photos on Exmoor at the beginning of January. The cows were not for turning on Bossington Hill!
Dale Cherry went out to Winsford Hill in Exmoor National Park and found these beauties enjoying the winter sunshine at the beginning of January.
Photo by Steve Webber.
The 2018 Photo Competition ran on our FB group back in May/June for four weeks. We had meant to turn the top 13 images into a calendar again, but simply ran out of hours in the day to get this organised. However, we now have a new project called “A Year on Exmoor”. More details will be revealed soon, just as the winners of the competition. The standard of entries have yet again been amazing and, in our eyes, every single one deserves to be a winner!
Text and Photos by Sophie Jemma Rose
M Y 4 D A Y S O N E X M O O R. ✨
My heart , my soul and my childhood.
My granddad who sadly passed away two years ago aged 98 used to cycle to and from Porlock pre world war 2 he would go every year when he was a teenager. Then when he had his own children ( my dad being one of two) started taking them to stay in and around Exmoor. From the early 1960’s onwards.
And when I was born in 1995 my family took me and have taken me nearly every year since! I am now 23 and Exmoor has always been and will always be my favourite place. It’s my happy place and the one place where I feel home even though I’m away.
My parents will be retiring there in the near future and I can’t wait to make more memories and to bring my future children there to see and experience the magic Exmoor brings.
Home and already planning and excited to be back! ✨