Lynmouth

  The ruins of Glastonbury Abbey, one of the heartlands of alternative culture in Britain.
   
   
   
  The Abbott's Kitchen at Glastonbury Abbey.
  Glastonbury Tor seen from the Abbey, with St Michael's Tower.
  Blue Anchor Bay, on the southern shores of the Bristol Channel, at low tide.
 

View across Exmoor.

 

Lynmouth village, with the pub prominent.

  Shelley's Cottage in Lynmouth, best known for being where Percy Bysshe Shelley had his honeymoon in 1812, with his 13-year-old bride. It was legal then.
  The funicular that connects Lynmouth with Lynton at the top of the cliff.

 

Lynmouth Harbour near high tide. The water had been many metres lower when we arrived.
  As the tide came in, the local youth had fun riding their bikes into the water.

Then onwards to Ivybridge.

 

Copyright © 1997 by Lynn or Nick Booth.