From Selworthy to Bratton to see swallows, North Hill, then the lower coast path to Selworthy Beacon. We watched a plane come along the valley below us (just visible in the photo) and then walked back down through the woods. A couple of adders basking in the warmth, first I’ve seen this year.Irene Perrett, 27 May 2021
The Bluebell is the sweetest flower
That waves in summer air:
Its blossoms have the mightiest power
To soothe my spirit’s care.Emily Bronte
Angela Wensley shared these photos with us in our Photo Group on Facebook:
“Family bluebell walk, sunshine between the showers today on Winsford Hill, one of our all time favourite places.”
Chris Brister shared these delightful photos with us on Instagram:
Shaun Davey took these stunning photos at the top of Dunkery a few day days ago.
John Lovekin took this photo of Burrowhayes Farm and the huge field of daffodils behind the house.
The first foal of the year for the Anchor herd on Winsford Hill.Photos by Dale C
Roll on Spring/Summer, when stags are in velvet, bees are abundant and the sound of skylarks singing warms the heart…Rosemary Barnes, 15 February 2021
“This male lesser redpoll was outside my window just after 6am this morning, on the ornamental cherry tree. His colour patches matched the leaves! I’d like to think there is a female too, and they’re breeding around here somewhere!”
Fi Keene shared this story in our “We Love Exmoor” photo group – everybody is welcome to join this group on Facebook!
Photos by Steve Webber.