Day 86: Baggy Point to Combe Martin – Kate & Verity

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Devon - North, England

 

First light, Woolacombe Sand, Devon.

First light, Woolacombe Sand, Devon.

Pink cup at first light, Woolacombe Sand, Devon.

Pink cup at first light, Woolacombe Sand, Devon.

The Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe, Devon.

The Landmark Theatre, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Statue of 'Ekaterine' in memory of a girl who fell from Hillsborough cliffs, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Statue of ‘Ekaterine’ (Kate) in memory of a girl who fell from Hillsborough cliffs, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Capstone Point, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Capstone Point, Ilfracombe, Devon.

St Nicholas Chapel, Ilfracombe, Devon.

St Nicholas Chapel, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Verity, a 20m high stainless steel and bronze statue by Damien Hirst, 2012, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Verity, a 20m high stainless steel and bronze statue by Damien Hirst, 2012, Ilfracombe, Devon.

Rillage Point, Devon.

Rillage Point, Devon.

Ilfracombe from Beacon Point, Devon.

Ilfracombe from Beacon Point, Devon.

Small Mouth, Devon.

Small Mouth, Devon.

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3 thoughts on “Day 86: Baggy Point to Combe Martin – Kate & Verity”

  1. I jumped into your blog via the wordpress ‘discover’ page. The ‘verity’ statue (great ! – the diving sea birds perfectly compliment the statue and make the image) on your homepage captivated me so here I am in this post 🙂 Your blog is wonderful – a great way to visit britain from my desktop in australia.

    Perhaps the most captivating element for me in your photographs is your colour palette. I often here artists who have visited britain speak of the ‘subtle greying of colours’ or the ‘misty atmosphere’ or the ‘soft, low sky’. Your photographs convey this very well. Beautiful !!

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    • Thank you for your insight regarding the colours, this is very true. Love the phrase “subtle greying of colours” in fact I have to work very hard not to make all the images in that palette! When I visited Australia a few years ago my experience was the opposite in that all my photos had this wonderful saturated clarity to them!

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