I've been reading the same book for over a week now - not that it isn't good, it's excellent, it's just that I've been busy and the book is not a quick read. Anyway just so that I post about something here're a few photos of Exmoor that I took while out and about last week.
A spot called Landacre bridge. It was a lovely peaceful day there that day but it can get quite busy there with tourists and traffic.
Downstream with the addition of a few cows.
The rather stunning display of gorse.
Running down into the village of Withypool.
The bridge at Withypool. Exmoor is chock full of these gorgeous old bridges. They're usually centuries old and very picturesque.
Underneath the arches...
One of those tunnels made of hedges which I absolutely love.
Withypool post office and stores.
The bridge from the other side.
The kind of mossy, stone wall I love.
The village church.
The pub where we had lunch - The Royal Oak at Withypool.
Inside said pub.
One of the views on the way home. Pretty much typical of the moors in this country, although Exmoor is slightly more cultivated (farmed) than many others.