Monday, June 06, 2016

Dartmeet

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Here in the middle of Dartmoor the East Dart and the West Dart tributaries meet, just to the south of these two bridges. The partly demolished clapper bridge is thought to be medieval, though could be older, and the modern road bridge was built in 1792. The bird in the last photo we think is a Lady Amherst pheasant, which we found chasing a cyclist up the road.

4 comments:

reem said...

So beautiful ....nice ...like all of them ....

reem said...

Glad to see your work again ....good luck .....

john said...

مضان كريم

Hi Reem and thank you very much, it's nice to be able to get out and enjoy the Spring, so good after a long winter and to share some images of it too. Hope all is good with you there.

reem said...

رمضان كريم ....nice to hear from you John it's our fasting month Ramadan here , you have colourful spring after long winter ....enjoy your time
..here we have hot summer ....final exams now ...