Photos

Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

Last Sunday, I went for a long walk. The sky was dull and overcast but some of the views more than compensated for the lack of sunshine.

This very old farmhouse, on the edge of the village, is imposing from its position and attractive because of its local-stone walls, its architectural details and surrounding gardens.

The curving road makes an attractive approach, showing off the 'T' shaped construction of the building. The buildings beyond the main one are small cottages, presumably for use by the farm workers when this was a working farm.

The adjacent field, used for sheep, has had an influx of moles which can be evidenced by the soil heaps on the left. I can remember times when moles were killed and their carcases hung on the fence, as evidence, for payment.

Many thanks for your interest.
Please feel free to feedback on any aspect of the photograph. :-) Bev

Photo Information
Viewed: 1422
Points: 54
Discussions
Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9098 W: 362 N: 21047] (82940)
View More Pictures
explore TREKEARTH