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Devon and Cornwall

David Hare | An abandoned tin mine

An abandoned tin mine

An abandoned tin mine in Cornwall
David Hare | Lanyon Quoit

Lanyon Quoit

Lanyon Quoit is a dolmen in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, 2 miles southeast of Morvah. It collapsed in a storm in 1815 and was re-erected nine years later, and as a result the dolmen is now very different from its original appearance.
David Hare | Pendeen Lighthouse

Pendeen Lighthouse

Pendeen Lighthouse, also known as Pendeen Watch is an active aid to navigation located 2 kilometres to the north of Pendeen in west Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.
David Hare | Hartland Quay

Hartland Quay

Hartland Quay is located on the Atlantic coast of Devon, south of Hartland point and north of Bude, Cornwall. It experiences some of the roughest seas in winter and is a former harbour.
David Hare | Becky Fall Rapids

Becky Fall Rapids

Becky Falls, originally known as Becka Falls is a tourist attraction in Dartmoor, England, centered on a waterfall of around 20 metres down a boulder-strewn bed.
David Hare | Becky Falls

Becky Falls

Becky Falls, originally known as Becka Falls is a tourist attraction in Dartmoor, England, centered on a waterfall of around 20 metres down a boulder-strewn bed.
David Hare | barley Bay

barley Bay

Barley Bay near Hartland Point, Devon, UK with communications dome.
David Hare | Two Bridges

Two Bridges

Two Bridges is an isolated location on the river West Dart in the heart of Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England.
David Hare | Dartmoor Tor

Dartmoor Tor

A landscape of Stones on Dartmoor, Devon.
David Hare | Single tree on Dartmoor

Single tree on Dartmoor

A single windswept tree on Dartmoor