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Peter Hemington | Woolacombe to Morte Point

Woolacombe to Morte Point

Taken on the blustery day after the St Jude storm (on 28th Oct 2013) from near Woolacombe in North Devon looking towards Morte Point. The sea rushing in on its relentless task of eroding the rugged coastline and with a lowering sky.
Peter Hemington | Topsham Waterfront in Devon

Topsham Waterfront in Devon

A view of Topsham from across the River Exe from the Canal Lock Cafe. A delightful little town, just outside of Exeter on the tidal Exe estuary with strong nautical connections dating back to the civil war and wide views of the water. This view was taken in July on a lovely sunny afternoon and well suited to Black and White.
Peter Hemington | Ladram Bay

Ladram Bay

Ladram Bay near Sidmouth on the Jurassic coast in Devon is a bay with large sandstone stacks. This image taken at low tide on a winters day with low light and a long exposure. Rendered in Black and White for drama and mood. The background hill is Peak Hill and Sidmouth is just behind there.
Peter Hemington | Lands End at dusk

Lands End at dusk

The incredible rocky headland at Lands End in far west of Cornwall in the area called Penwith looking north, taken at dusk on a winters evening. The long exposure and the rough seas created an interesting pattern on the sea. The last rays from the sun throw warm light on the cliffs. Also available in colour
Peter Hemington | Storm passing over Bodmin Moor

Storm passing over Bodmin Moor

Storm clouds passing over Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. Rough Tor and Brown Willy in the distance, both high points on the moor. An image taken in February during winter.
Peter Hemington | South Downs in Sussex

South Downs in Sussex

A view from Beddingham Hill near Firle Beacon towards Mount Caburn in Sussex. Dramatic clouds dwaf the landscape. In the distance the wind mill at Glyndebourne can be seen.
Peter Hemington | Dyers lookout

Dyers lookout

A dramatic headland near Hartland in North Devon called Dyers lookout from the beach at low tide. Rendered here in a artistic montone style
Peter Hemington | Wastwater in Cumbria

Wastwater in Cumbria

A monotone view of Wast water with the road leading in the shot on a low cloud day, with the lone tree in the foreground.
Peter Hemington | Porlock Bay in Somerset

Porlock Bay in Somerset

A view of Porllock Bay towards Bossington and Hurlstone Point from Porlock Weir. Taken on a cold winters morning with a fierce wind blowing and rain over the sea. Rendered in monotone.
Peter Hemington | Hay making in Mid Devon

Hay making in Mid Devon

A view from Caseberry Downs in Mid Devon looking towards the Black down hills. A late afternoon in the summer with the sun breaking through the clouds and creating rays. Sunlight on the distance hills and a tractor cutting grass on a steep slope on the downs near Bradninch
Peter Hemington | The Exe Valley

The Exe Valley

The Exe valley from the hills above Silverton near Christ Cross, Taken at the end of a cloudy day when the sun suddenly started to burst through and create patches of intense light, rays and shafts of light . A tiny part of the River Exe is visible and shows as a shiny patch. This is a Mid Devon scene that I often return to
Peter Hemington | Clouds over Yarde Downs

Clouds over Yarde Downs

A dramatic sky over the hills between Bradninch and Silverton called Yarde Downs, with fields and hedgerows in this summer time image
Peter Hemington | A rural scene in Mid Devon

A rural scene in Mid Devon

A summer scene of a field of barley nearly ripe and away to Yarde Downs with pretty clouds. Taken near Bradninch between the River Exe and River Culm, an area of fertile land with lovely fields
Peter Hemington | Misty Mid Devon

Misty Mid Devon

A misty morning from the hills of Mid Devon near Bradninch. With a pattern of trees, hedgerows and fields. The low angled Autumn sunlight giving long shadows
Peter Hemington | Clouds over Yarde Downs

Clouds over Yarde Downs

A dramatic sky over the hills between Bradninch and Silverton called Yarde Downs, with fields and hedgerows in this summer time image
Peter Hemington | Penhallic Point near Trebarwith Strand

Penhallic Point near Trebarwith Strand

The northcoast of Cornwall near the popular village of Trebarwith Strand. Spring flowers in the foreground leading to blue sea and a coudy horizon.