Tag Archives: Heddon’s Mouth
Some more images from last week’s Heddon’s Mouth walk – these above by Paula Newbery, including one sketch that did not get too wet! These by Michelle Wilkinson. It is fascinating to see our different experiences of the same place and situation.
An Essential Nature walk along Heddon Valley from the Hunter’s Inn to the coast and back. We arrived in that dense fine sort of rain that soaks right through you and feels like being in a cloud. It was a … Continue reading
I try to pick a new beautiful place along the North Devon coast each time we go out, but Heddon’s Mouth is one of our favourites – so this is the third time we have been there. (It is helped … Continue reading
One of our art walking group, Anne Wilkinson, writes a haiku for every walk she comes on. I thought you would like to see just a few of these beautiful mementos. Plant Walk at Braunton BurrowsWarm, still summer airRustling grasses … Continue reading
video still – Linda Gordon Last weekend we revisited the natural unspoilt beauty of the Heddon Valley at Heddon’s Mouth, Exmoor. Fabulous spring weather in this steep wooded valley, with the continual sound of birdsong and rushing water from the fast-moving stream. At the … Continue reading