Posts Tagged ‘Devon’

Molested in Tree Shaded Daylight

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Last Thursday I was molested in tree shaded daylight. After visiting Book Cycle, where I picked up another Terry Pratchett and a well-used and beautiful 1950’s Roget’s Thesaurus, I was now sitting in Exeter’s Cathedral Green with my bacon sandwich from Marks and Spencer. The white intermittent clouds completely missed the suns rays so I […]

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The Tide, a Train, some Sheep, and a Sunken Boat

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In the afternoon, when I should be at home, sitting in front of my laptop, madly typing away, or patiently editing photographs, I sometimes go for a walk, usually down the coast, toward Exmouth. Both Lympstone and Exmouth are on the Exe estuary. So my walk follows the edge of the coast. An estuary is […]

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My New Favorite Bookstore

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[RNLI = Royal National Lifeboat Institution]

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10 Photographs: Typically England

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Typical bench, in a typical park: London. The incredibly thin doors, which are the spectator entrances to the Fulham Football Grounds: London. Walking toward Exmouth along the estuary of the River Exe. Devon. The walking path from Lympstone to Exmouth: Devon. The continuing path from Lympstone to Exmouth, next to the once-every-half-hour train tracks: Devon. […]

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Lympstone Flower and Vegetable Show

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My mother wins first place in the Lympstone Garden Club’s Flower and Vegetable Show! Here is a picture of her holding her prize winning embroidery: But here are also pictures of the fruit and veg shaped like people and vehicles! (I personally like the rocket ship) And a pizza with a face. And my Uncle […]

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