Day 83: Clovelly to Appledore – Sledge & Cobble

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Devon - North, England
Cobbled main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Cobbled main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge I, (Used for the delivery of goods) Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge I, (Used for the delivery of goods) Clovelly, Devon.

Main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Main street, Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge II, Clovelly, Devon.

Sledge II, Clovelly, Devon.

Beach wood near Clovelly, Devon.

Beech wood near Clovelly, Devon.

Barley field above Babbacombe cliff, Devon

Barley field above Babbacombe cliff, Devon

Curtain sea below Lundy, Devon.

Curtain sea below Lundy, Devon.

Cliffs toward Westward Ho!, Devon.

Cliffs toward Westward Ho!, Devon.

Lundy island and cloud, Devon.

Lundy island and cloud, Devon.

Skern Mudflats, Appledore, Devon.

Skern Mudflats, Appledore, Devon.

Double kayak, Appledore, Devon.

Double kayak, Appledore, Devon.

Slipway, Appledore, Devon.

Slipway, Appledore, Devon.

Irsha Street, Appledore, Devon.

Irsha Street, Appledore, Devon.

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7 thoughts on “Day 83: Clovelly to Appledore – Sledge & Cobble”

  1. David James says:

    Isn’t Clovelly charming? Seriously, I’d like to visit one day. And 26 km in a day? You really hoofed it that day! Is that a one-day record?

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    • It is – although I preferred Lymouth as it’s a little less proud of itself but still very charming. The longest day so far was 42Km from Faversham to Margate – but that was flat!

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  2. Matt Fradley says:

    Hi Quentin. I have been slowly catching up with your posts over the last couple of weeks from your start at St. Paul’s cathedral. I think I am just over half way to where you have actually got to currently. A truly inspiring project. I love your compositions, clean lines, muted colours and take on what could otherwise turn into a postcard gallery. Particularly liked Lundy Island and Cloud in this set.

    I really enjoyed some of your written commentaries in the earlier posts. Will they make a return?

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    • Thanks Matt,
      Some overseas photographers I meet comment on the muted tones of the British landscape and as well as being more ‘true’ help avoid the postcard look you mention. I always try and look at Britain with the innocence of an foreigner!
      Thanks for your kind comments on my writing, I’m a slow writer and I found that along with the walking and photo editing that it took too long to get it to standard that I wanted every day. However since January this year I write a monthly column in Digital Camera magazine based on my diaries from the walk. I’ll be including some text in the book of this project when it’s finished.

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