‘Childhood Dreams’-wooden boat and an Exmoor stream, what more could a small child wish for?
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.
We live a few miles from the nearest town and so the yard is a great place for night skies. The moon was bright and reflecting beautifully off the stream, casting amazing shadows and reflections… Love how this image captures the details, the serenity of the night echoed in the softness of the water…
By Louisa May
Hoar Oak Water
Photo by Mark Perrin. 31 July 2016.
Along Horner Water
On a crisp and frosty morning…
On a clear, crisp and frosty morning on Exmoor. Photo by John Spurr.
The Avil in Autumn
Silent Running – but no Huey, Dewey, and Louie (who remembers that one!)
Crook Pool near Watersmeet on a calm autumns day, colour almost gone with leaf fall, but the serenity was worth the walk.