Teignmouth & The Ness, Devon.
The wind feels cold against the sweat of my back when I take the pack off to reach for the camera. I’m becoming a connoisseur of mud – today it’s redder, stickier and less slippery than previously.
Coast path above Ness Cove, Devon.
Seascape, Ness Cove, Devon.
Shelter on Walls Hill, Babbacombe, Devon.
Bench, Babbacombe, Devon.
I’m tired today and I groan and curse in relief to find a bench to sit down on. I look up surprised to see the only person I’ve seen for hours just coming around the corner. She must have heard me clearly but we both great each other with polite helloes.
Free Candy, Babbacombe, Devon.
Wild Garlic, Babbacombe, Devon.
Wild garlic scents the path – a few are even in bloom now in January. “Two bags of 10mm aggregate, one bag of 50/50” a contractor standing in a half built driveway…
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