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[166-365] 14th. January 2021- Another lockdown walk up the lane. A pretty grey day and I was not very enthusiastic but you have to do it. Some new neighbours…

[150-365] 2nd. January 2021- Everything in this photo seems to be vertically stretched, from the yachts levitating their bottoms out of the water to the lines…

[145-365] 28th. December 2020- I've mentioned The Slapton Line before in posts about Torcross, Slapton Bay or the Slapton Ley but if anyone ever wondered why…

[141-365] 24th. December 2020- I've mentioned previously the castle in Dartmouth, but that castle was the first line of defence, this fort is in the town itself…

[138-365] 21st. December 2020- What a difference two days can make. The ley barely visible in the mist this morning as the weather closes in. On Saturday it…

[137-365] 20th. December 2020- A couple of weeks ago I was out and about in the village chatting and someone said, "Oh I wonder what's wrong? There are no…

[136-365] 19th. December 2020- A spell of winter sunshine between the heavy showers. Shortest day on Monday.

To increase wheat harvests during the Napoleonic wars, farmers were paid a yearly subsidy to have a limekiln on their land. Limestone was burnt in the kiln to…

[133-365] 16th. December 2020- I mentioned in my post yesterday that we had storm warnings for today, and they were correct. I had done some planning ahead,…

[131-365] 14th. December 2020- No ladies this is not about that terrible boyfriend you once had who cheated on you, this is about mathematics. George Parker…

Another short post on Totnes Market. I am beginning to realise that Totnes market may become an endless source of interesting photos as there is always…

[129-365] 12th. December 2020- The small Devon towns are full of tiny back alleys to explore, some with weird and wonderful names, like Khartoum Place and…

I've called this second post of my photo drive across Dartmoor the Stone Age because after a while that's where you feel you might be up on the moor. Throughout…

[127-365] 10th. December 2020- With the second lockdown finished we now find ourselves in Tier Two even though we started lockdown in Tier One. Not sure how…

[125-365] 8th. December 2020- This is my slightly humorous title for today, because there are no biscuits today even though a biscuit called Feoffes sounds…

Odds and Sods, or "an assortment of small, miscellaneous items, especially those that are not especially important or valuable". Because I am doing the 365…

[118-365] 1st. December 2020- There is evidence for human activity at Bolt Tail from the flint tools that have been discovered here dating from the late…
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