These are the photos posted by our followers on our timeline on FB or shared with us on Twitter. A big thank you to all the photographers for sharing these images with us. They really show the beauty of Exmoor in October.
I am forever drawn to these majestic ancient beeches on Exmoor.
The narrow lane meanders down from Porlock Hill towards Oare in Lorna Doone country. At the bottom of the hill, next to a picturesque car park, Robber’s (or Robbers) Bridge crosses Oare Water. It is an old masonry arch bridge, well worth a visit for a picnic or a paddle in the river.
Autumnal misty morning on the river Exe this morning.
By Julia Amies-Green, 15 October 2016
When you look at Adam’s photo you can spot a line of trees at the top which is so typical for Exmoor. It is the outgrown hedge bank of beeches, possibly even the same which featured on Julia Amies-Green’s photo earlier today.