Spekes Mill Mouth, a hanging valley waterfall, just south of Hartland Quay, north Devon, England, UK.  By Andy Fox Photography

Spekes Mill Mouth, a hanging valley waterfall, just south of Hartland Quay, north Devon, England, UK. By Andy Fox Photography

The wonderful Giant's Head living sculpture artwork at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey, Cornwall, England, UK. The gardens slept for 70 years+ after the First World War due to loss of manpower. Restored in the 1990's Heligan is a magical & inspiring place to visit with many interesting plants & renovations. Montbretia hair & eyes are made out of a mosaic of pottery & china fragments (sherds / shards) found on the estate. A great story.  Photo by & copyright Richard Brookes

The wonderful Giant's Head living sculpture artwork at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey, Cornwall, England, UK. The gardens slept for 70 years+ after the First World War due to loss of manpower. Restored in the 1990's Heligan is a magical & inspiring place to visit with many interesting plants & renovations. Montbretia hair & eyes are made out of a mosaic of pottery & china fragments (sherds / shards) found on the estate. A great story. Photo by & copyright Richard Brookes

Explore the scenery that inspired Blackmore's classic novel Lorna Doone in the Doone Valley. Photo: Exmoor NPA

Explore the scenery that inspired Blackmore's classic novel Lorna Doone in the Doone Valley. Photo: Exmoor NPA

Spekes Mill Mouth Waterfall, North Devon coast, just south of Hartland Quay, England; photo by Neville Stanikk ...The two streams that rise on the high ground of Bursdon Moor meet near Lymebridge and wind their way through the secluded Spekes Valley before cascading down a shear rock face sixty feet, through a series of four smaller falls before finally reaching the sea. - info from Devizes Lion (Flickr)

Spekes Mill Mouth Waterfall, North Devon coast, just south of Hartland Quay, England; photo by Neville Stanikk ...The two streams that rise on the high ground of Bursdon Moor meet near Lymebridge and wind their way through the secluded Spekes Valley before cascading down a shear rock face sixty feet, through a series of four smaller falls before finally reaching the sea. - info from Devizes Lion (Flickr)

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