There’s so much wildlife to see around Ilfracombe, North Devon.
The bluebells on the north and east sides of Hillsborough, Ilfracombe, North Devon are astounding at the moment.
Pussy willow is bursting out again. It amazes me every year.
As well as uncovering its ancient historic past as a hill fort, the work clearing vegetation from Hillsborough is making it easier to appreciate different views of Ilfracombe, North Devon, especially the harbour.
Such a beautiful day, although the ducks in Bicclescombe Park this morning did not too lively and one stared me out . . .
. . . I saw the sunrise from Hillsborough in Ilfracombe and took some photos as it was a beautiful morning . . .
. . . looking east from Hillsborough in Ilfracombe . . . . . . and looking west . . . . . . taken on 24 September 2010 in North Devon Posted via email from robertz
The fruit has ripened later this year up Hillsborough in Ilfracombe and there are lots of lovely berries ready for jam making.
Wild foxgloves are just coming into flower this year up Hillsborough in Ilfracombe . . .
Everywhere is blue this morning.
Out with the dogs and camera this Bank Holiday morning up Hillsborough snapping away . . .
know it’s only down to -3°C here, but that’s cold for this part of the world. Yesterday morning I took the camera out as I walked the dogs before dawn;
Just take a walk and see what you will find . . .
After a night of rain and storm, this morning was beautiful. The walk round the north side of Hillsborough revealed some atmospheric views as the sun struggled to break through the cloud.