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Tamar River

maggie mccall | Tamar River, Tavistock, Devon

Tamar River, Tavistock, Devon

Autumn on the River Tamar, Devon. The Tamar, is a river in south west England, that forms most of the border between Devon and Cornwall. The Tamar's source is less than 3.7 miles from the north Cornish coast, but it flows southward for 61 miles to Plymouth Sound. This Image is taken on Transparency Film, on a Bronica SQA, hence there is, of course slight fine film grain.
maggie mccall | Autumnal River Tamar

Autumnal River Tamar

An Autumnal River Tamar, Devon, given an old world painting effect. This beautiful river is full of managed Trout and Salmon and I see many kingfishers and Jumping fish. The Tamar, is a river in south west England, that forms most of the border between Devon and Cornwall. The Tamar's source is less than 3.7 miles from the north Cornish coast, but it flows southward for 61 miles to Plymouth Sound.
maggie mccall | Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

Tamar Bridge, Saltash, Cornwall

A long exposure of the Tamar Bridge in late evening sun light. The Tamar bridge runs over the River Tamar from near Wearde, Saltash in the west to Riverside, Plymouth in the east. It has a central span of 335 metres & two side spans of 114 metres, It is part of the A38, a major cross-country road that runs across Cornwall & Devon & lies immediately north of the Royal Albert Bridge, a significant railway bridge designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel that opened in 1859. Both bridges are north of the Hamoaze the estuary that the Tamar feeds into & the Torpoint
maggie mccall | Tamar River, Tavistock, Devon

Tamar River, Tavistock, Devon

Autumn on the River Tamar, Devon. The Tamar, is a river in south west England, that forms most of the border between Devon and Cornwall. The Tamar's source is less than 3.7 miles from the north Cornish coast, but it flows southward for 61 miles to Plymouth Sound. This Image is taken on Transparency Film, on a Bronica SQA, hence there is, of course slight fine film grain.