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[159-365] 7th. January 2021- Now we are in full lockdown we are supposed to exercise once a day from home so walking the creek is very popular again. It was a…

A random shot taken at the coast. When I edited the shot I it was the blue and yellow colours that took my eye. No split toning necessary here it just came out…

[95-365] 8th. November 2020- First thing this morning. Some nice misty views, enhanced by the gulls loitering about as the tide comes in. Very still and calm.

[83-365] 27th. October 2020- It's half term this week so the holiday makers are back and the really mild weather means people are back on the water. I don't…

[46-365] 20th September 2020- The Mill Pool at Stoke Gabriel, is contained by a stone-faced rubble dam and supported a two-wheeled tidal corn mill for many…

[44-365] 18th September 2020- Tonight was one of the three highest tides of the Autumn Equinox. It reached the main road and there was still half an hour to…

It has really been a month of fabulous sunsets. Tomorrow is the highest tide of the year but it will be forty five minutes later than this one so probably dark.…

[39-365] 13th September 2020- More often than not we see the Egret in the creek awaiting the fish on the rising tide. Today we had a heron too. Today is the…

[24-365] 29th August 2020- Lots of activity on the creek this evening as the storms have passed and the tide is coming back up again. A lovely light and…

[20-365] 25th August 2020- Quite bracing this morning, as the normally tranquil creek looked more like surfer's paradise. This is what Storm Francis looks like…

[15-365] 20th August 2020- This driftwood tree trunk appeared on the high tide tonight complete with a Hart's Tongue fern, growing out of it. I thought it…

I posted a 365 image yesterday of the creek at high tide and I said I would post another tonight if I could, because the tide was even higher. So here it is.…

[14-365] 19th August 2020- Quite a high tide tonight so the tape designed to keep you from walking over the new stonework at the waters edge was a bit…

[13-365] 18th August 2020- I just went out to see what I could see, with my 365 challenge in mind. The tide had gone out and standing on the bridge looking…

[12-365] 17th August 2020- Woke up to fog this morning, but it does make for a more ethereal view of the world.

[10-365] 15th August 2020- Lone fisherman with his dogs, making use of a small piece of shingle beach during a lowish tide.
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