A cloud inversion over Selworthy, Porlock Vale & far, far away…

Some mornings are just so much better than others and that counts for weather as well as my ongoing and boring health issues (syringomyelia) with my damaged spinal cord.
Mornings can be really hard and painful for me to get up, get moving and get out but this is one I didn’t want to miss when I saw the forecast for morning fog across Exmoor 🌫
Out & about & aloft exploring a fog bound Exmoor National Park.
Selworthy Church and Village green on the edge of a huge cloud inversion stretching over Porlock Vale & beyond 🌫 👀

Drone…DJI Mavic 2 Pro. Edit…LumaTouch LumaFusion.
Music & Effects…LumaFusion & StoryBlocks, “sweet piano.m4a” & ‘Church Bell 4” 🎵

My website… http://getjourneyman.co.uk/ 👍

Paul Feeney

 

The first snow of this winter…

A week ago parts of Exmoor experienced the first snowfall of this winter.  Overnight, the moors were turned into a winter wonderland.

Richard Cliff took this photo of a snowy tree tunnel on Exmoor at Five Cross Ways, Anstey Common, on 14 November 2019. On our Facebook page this image became an instant hit: Thanks to so many people liking and sharing the photo, it reached 52,000 people in a week.  

 

 

 

 

Discover Exmoor with Jack

“Some epic downpours today on Exmoor. Jack is going to start gentle walks again over the next few days to see how he progresses. These pictures were from this morning on a drive across Molland and Anstey Commons. Beautiful colours of Autumn starting to show and dramatic skies.”

Sarah Hailstone, 09 October 2019

You can follow Sarah’s and Jack’s adventures on Exmoor on their Facebook page.