A very brief visit for a walk along the sea front on our way back from a trip to Exeter. It was a pretty overcast day with poor light.
Looking west along the beach towards Otterton Ledge.
From the same spot looking west past West Down Beacon towards Straight Point.
Nice to see fishing boats in regular use.
The sign on the boat in the foreground reads “FLOWER IN BLOOM CONTAINER In memory of Peter Law who always Loved Boats”.
This house is called the Octagon. Sir John Everett Millais painted his famous painting “The boyhood of Raleigh” whilst staying here in 1870. See the plaque below.
This thatched house is the Fairlynch Museum and Arts Centre.