The lower end of Lon Groes at dusk
Frost in the morning. A view of Decker Hill, from Haughton Hill Farm.
|Title||Lower Willsworthy and Will farms From the lane between Horndon and Will, which is the farm on the right. To the left of Lower Willsworthy, the prominent white house on the left, is Higher Willsworthy (a vanished manor lay between the two). Standon Down is behind.|
|Photo's author||Derek Harper User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||21 Dec 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||FUJIFILM / FinePix A607|
|Exposure time||1/400 s|
|Focal length||7.3 mm|
Lower Willsworthy and Will farms From the lane between Horndon and Will, which is the farm on the right. To the left of Lower Willsworthy, the prominent white house on the left, is Higher Willsworthy …
Victorian post box, Will A fairly common sight in rural Devon, it seems, particularly where built into a wall. In this case it is one of the outbuildings of the farm at Will.
Lydford: by the Willsworthy Brook
Lydford: by the Willsworthy Brook Public footpath from Beardon to Willsworthy Bridge, known here as the Litchway
The Coffin Road
Lydford: Willsworthy Brook
Lydford: Willsworthy Brook Seen from a footbridge over the river carrying the Litchway
Footbridge over Willsworthy Brook
Lydford: Litchway Public footpath by the Willsworthy Brook
Higher Willsworthy An attractive L-shaped farmhouse, seen from the passing lane.
Higher Willsworthy The chimney gable end of the L-shaped farmhouse, seen from the adjacent Peter Tavy Footpath 41.