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The Wedding of Gary & Casey @ Reed Hall, Exeter, Devon

A fresh spring day for the wedding of Gary & Casey at Reed Hall in Exeter.

I arrived a short while before the ceremony and photographed the key parts of the day from through to the first dance. 43 more words

Wedding Photography

New sketchbook

I’ve recently started a new sketchbook using my watercolour box and pen to capture , at the moment, local scenes. The first one is of the Goat Walk in Topsham and the other two are of Lympstone just down the estuary ( the clock tower and looking towards Topsham from the beach). 6 more words

Art

Sabins @ Barnstaple Real Food Market

Where?:

Sabins Coffee Roasters, Barnstaple Real Food Market, every 2nd Sunday, Pannier Market, Barnstaple

What?:

Sabins is a new artisanal coffee roastery based in Bude, Cornwall. 198 more words

Coffee

Friday night at River Cottage HQ

If there was ever an example of terrible timing, we were victim of it this weekend….

Back in October while trying to tick some Christmas presents off the list, we decided with my Brother and Sister-in-law (Mr and Mrs R-G) to go away for a night or weekend together and enjoy some good food rather than swapping gifts. 1,129 more words

Life!

First Carp of 2015

Haven’t been out for a good few weeks, so decided I really needed to make an effort. Headed out to Newcourt Barton Fishery, near Cullompton to try for the resident carp on the fly rod, despite it being gale force winds and rain. 261 more words

Fly Fishing

RUGBY ROUND-UP: Plymouth Argaum secure Devon One title

PLYMOUTH Argaum claimed the Devon One title with a hard-earned 20-15 victory over second-placed Plymstock Albion Oaks at Bickleigh Down.

It is Argaum’s second successive league crown, having won Devon Two last year. 734 more words

Rugby

Welcombe Mouth

Honey and I are in North Devon today on a work-related visit, and take the opportunity to return to one of our favourite beaches. Welcome Mouth is a part of that wonderful area of cliff on the North Devon/Cornwall borders where the earth’s crust has been pushed and snapped into points that rise up to 400 feet above the Atlantic. 235 more words

Wild Swimming