Early in April we visited Fremington Quay near Barnstaple. Fremington used to be a thriving port and was the home of the famous Fishley Pottery. The geology here is amazing, with many coloured earth pigments in layers on the cliff face. Here’s Anne’s finger painting made directly with the cliff pigments on site during our visit.
I, unfortunately, forgot to bring my camera, so have no pictures to show! Though I did a couple of rough sketches, and collected some pieces of different coloured rock to play around with at home. These are now sitting happily in a plastic bag in the garden shed, along with all my other ‘treasures’.