A quick ‘panorama’ thing from PanoEdit, of the Caratacus Stone at Winsford Hill on Exmoor.
According to the information sign from the National Trust:
“The Caratacus Stone dates from the fifth or sixth century. It is thought to commemorate a descendent of the British King Caratacus who led a resistance movement against the Romans between 43-51 A.D.”
Pointing at some dead fern behind it.
The colours of Exmoor – green, gorse yellow and heather purple. Usually a bit of dry grass and fern mixed in too, and sometimes ponies.
Just a close-up shot of a fern, taken through a vintage 1971 Asahi Takumar 50mm f/1.4 lens.
Watersmeet is a National Trust property near Lynton and Lynmouth. It’s a bit of a steep path down to it, and more so back up! At the bottom, though, is a nice little valley, with rivers joining, and a nice place to sit for a cream tea.