Posts Tagged “Exeter”
When the Rhino trail came to Exeter.
Nestled between Exeter City Centre, and St Davids Hill, this hidden garden can be found.
I’m not sure why there are umbrellas hanging in the skies above Exeter City Centre. But my 5 year old daughter and I agree, we could indeed see “all the colours” above our heads. (For those that are interested, “all the colours” is a reference to a kids TV show – Sarah and Duck)
A clip of a longer video that I made, which shows how to travel to Newcourt, on the outskirts of Exeter.
The storm wasn’t bad for everyone…
I’m not sure if I should take this chance to apologise or not. Maybe I should explain. I don’t just find it easy to take photos of Exeter Cathedral, I find it difficult to not take a picture of it while I’m passing.
Killerton, near Exeter in Devon is fast becoming our new favourite place to go as a family. Personally, I quite like the sense of peace there at sunset.
“It never snows in Exeter” Was heard, I imagine not just from myself, but from a number of others around Exeter, before Storm Emma combined with the “The Beast from The East” hit the area. This was taken as the second snow fall in a fortnight began to melt.