Black and White, Landscape, Photography

Devon from Cornwall

I have mentioned the all-encompassing views from Warbstow Bury before. Standing on the ancient earthworks from the remains of the fort site you have views out into the Bristol Channel, including Lundy Island about thirty miles distant, plus out towards the moors of Exmoor, Dartmoor and the much nearer Bodmin Moor.

This one is out towards Dartmoor, just east and over the border in Devon. It was a beautiful sunny day but only two days after the dusting of snow we had, you can make out the yet to thaw areas of snow still on the foothills in the far background.

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12 thoughts on “Devon from Cornwall”

    1. Thank you, it was a beautiful crisp day. Devon looks nice enough but it’s better seen from here while enjoying Cornwall! 😉


    1. Thank you, yes, there are subjects that are about colour and others that are about line and texture. I love a lot of colour work when it is the colour that makes it or it is lost without, if that makes sense?


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