Wordless Wednesday………just Another Favourite Place

SELWORTHY-and-Dumkery-Beacon

Location:  Selworthy a Somerset village on the edge of Exmoor with views over to Dunkery Beacon.

2nd April

© David Oakes 2014

21 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday………just Another Favourite Place

  1. Dear David, Just a general message. I really enjoy your daily messages and wonderful photography. I also admire your discipline in doing them every day. We are retired now and they have become a satisfying, informative and interesting part of daily enjoyment, like our newspaper, mealtimes or doing the crossword. Thank you. We live in Pontneddfechan, opposite the White Horse. I believe another favourite area of yours? Best wishes and please keep going! Best wishes, Morwen

    Sent from my iPod

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  2. Yesterday was the first time having lunch outdoor in a lovely spot in the middel of The Netherlands. Restaurant is called l’Orage. In English: The Tempest. Name of the old owner was Storm. 🙂

    Lovely seat with a little breeze andthe three of us, my sister (81) her husban (83) en me (almost 65) enjoyed this outdoor lunch to the fullest. The ciffchaffs (I have no idea whether I spelled that right bu I know the name is the same in pronounciation in English and Dutch) were chiff chaffing against eachother. Sparrows were having their own political debate on the rooftop and a lone blackbird in a high tree sang his song. Just above the meadom accross I could hear (hardly see as I had to look into the sun) a field lark (as we call it). His song reminds of warm summers and long days.

    Today I will hop on my bike and peddle towards the woods nearby and have a short walk and ride and finish with a cup of tea at the restaurant over there. Have a great day all!

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  4. Oh, that is stunning! I’ve been to Dartmoor, but not Exmoor. This would be a heavenly sight to wake up to!

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  5. Gorgeous scene, I look forward to more. We live a really beautiful country, it’s lovely to see it celebrated in your pictures.
    Angela Coles

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