by Mark Howells-Mead
Making more of an effort to publish moving pictures, including one from Dartmoor in June.
Getting the best shot possible is all about chance, timing and consideration of the correct angle.
One has to wonder what happened in the Devon seaside town of Seaton to bring it from a self-touted “artisanal haven” to its current dilapidated state.
Your author as a mysterious fictional character.
Burgh Island, off the coast of Devon, was re-christened by Agatha Christie in 1941 for her famous Hercule Poirot novel “Evil Under The Sun”.
Beautiful time-lapse films from the south west of England by Italian photographer Mattia Bicchi.