A few views of some of the places I saw in Devon.
A row of seagulls.
The roof of the Victorian church in the distance.Arlington Court, which is a Regency manor house owned by the Chichester family. Members of the family were big collectors, and especially interested in natural history, so I found it a very interesting place. It was also quite small for a manor house, and somewhere it was very easy to imagine living. It houses a carriage museum which was quite interesting too. The chair above is from there, as is the little moonstone mouse below. Though he may be glass, I am not sure.
Clovelly. It is a fishing village built on a very steep hill, with cobbled streets made from stones from the beach. It is very steep! It is also private-so you pay to go in at the top. People live there and their homes are basically one big tourist attraction. It must be a weird place to live. I wonder if they get really excited when the tourist season ends-I think I would.
Tunnels beaches. There are tunnels dug through the slate cliffs which allow access to the private beaches.
Back to the church to finish. It is quite scarily imposing isn't it?