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Six Photographs: Random England [Part 2]

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Click here to visit Six Photographs: Random England [Part 1] The photographs in this essay were all taken along the river or estuary of the River Exe, between the towns of Exeter and Exmouth, Devon England. A seagull, or as Maude calls them, Glorious Birds, above the beach in Exmouth. Beside the river Exe, underneath […]

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Six Photographs: Random England [Part 1]

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The photographs in this essay were all taken along the river or estuary of the River Exe, between the towns of Exeter and Exmouth, Devon England. The early morning moon, heading for the horizon, with boats inside Lympstone Harbour, along the Exe Estuary, Devon. St. David’s Church, just north of central Exeter. Acid graffiti, with […]

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Six Photographs: South Devon Cliff Walk [Part 2]

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Click here to visit Six Photographs: South Devon Cliff Walk [Part 1] Looking west, toward the mouth of the River Exe and Exmouth, with the beach in the foreground cut off by the rising tide. The path along the edge of the cliff, with the afternoon sun shining through the clouds. Holidaymakers walk the edge […]

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Six Photographs: South Devon Cliff Walk [Part 1]

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On the south coast of England, in the county of Devon sits the small town of Exmouth, on the mouth of the River Exe. Exmouth has a long famous sandy beach. At the extreme eastern edge of this beach are the cliffs. This photo series follows an afternoon walk along the beach, up the cliffs, […]

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Seven Photographs: Headless Swan and other creatures

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Headless swan, on the banks of the River Exe, Exeter, Devon, England. Swan beside the banks of the River Exe, Exeter, Devon, England. On the beach in Exmouth, Devon, Exeter. Corralled sheep near the town of Exmouth, Devon, England. Corralled sheep near the town of Exmouth, Devon, England. Corralled sheep near the town of Exmouth, […]

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Morning Sun Warms Fur

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In a brief moment of sunshine, the teddy bears come out to relax in the sun, in the beautiful seaside resort of Budleigh Salterton.

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Five Photographs: Winter Dark [Black and White]

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Some days, when the clouds roll in over the sea, blotting out all but a glimpse of the sun, winter smiles in his darkness. And sometimes winter is visible as the skeleton of a tree, set against the flat gray of the sky.

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Six Cemetery Photographs: By Death to Ease

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On the outskirts of Exeter sits a cemetery immense with it’s perfectly squared walkways and monuments lined up like tract homes. At one end are the older monuments, weathered, and classic, angels standing over the fallen dead. Clear on the other side, with clean, sharp and crisp markers, some with fresh flowers, sits those who […]

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Nine Photographs: Streaming Sun, Clouds and the Sea

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Eight Photographs: Clouds, Sunlight, Sea-Gulls, and the Sea

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Seven Photographs: The Exe by Exeter

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There is a walkway that follows the river Exe south, out of the town of Exeter. Part of the path follows the old spur waterway, that once fed the mills. Now the water rests comfortably in its banks. By the playing fields, owned by Exeter University, trees are felled. An impromptu memorial, underneath a symbol […]

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Five Photographs: Hmm

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In England after the traffic light has been green, it goes to yellow then red; as it does in the United States. But after it has been red, the yellow lights up for a moment with the red, to give the rider a moment to take off the hand brake, and put their horse into […]

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