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Beach huts at Dawlish Warren by mark@langstone, via Flickr

Beach huts at Dawlish Warren by mark@langstone, via Flickr

The Beach at Dawlish Warren looking towards Exmouth

The Beach at Dawlish Warren looking towards Exmouth

Beach at Dawlish, Devon - 2001

Beach at Dawlish, Devon - 2001

Dawlish Warren Beach just a few metres from the Langstone Cliff Hotel by mark@langstone, via Flickr

Dawlish Warren Beach just a few metres from the Langstone Cliff Hotel by mark@langstone, via Flickr

Beach at Shaldon, Devon - 2003

Beach at Shaldon, Devon - 2003

The rugged beauty of Hartland Quay, North Devon holds a fascination with me. The ancient folded and faulted rocks change with the light, weather and temperament of the sea. Every visit is different. Man has battled for years with the elements here. There was an historic quay but it has long since washed away in storms. Just beyond the treacherous fingers of rock lies Hartland Point with its lighthouse. There are many local sites of shipwrecks and stories of the wreckers luring unsuspecting…

The rugged beauty of Hartland Quay, North Devon holds a fascination with me. The ancient folded and faulted rocks change with the light, weather and temperament of the sea. Every visit is different. Man has battled for years with the elements here. There was an historic quay but it has long since washed away in storms. Just beyond the treacherous fingers of rock lies Hartland Point with its lighthouse. There are many local sites of shipwrecks and stories of the wreckers luring unsuspecting…

Go With The Flow - Dawlish is located at the outlet of a small river, Dawlish Water (also called The Brook), between Permian red sandstone cliffs, and is fronted by a sandy beach with the South Devon Railway sea wall and the Riviera Line railway above. Behind this is a central public park, The Lawn, through which Dawlish Water flows.  Immediately to the south-west of Dawlish is a headland, Lea Mount, with Boat Cove at its foot and Coryton Cove, the furthest part of the beach accessible by…

Go With The Flow - Dawlish is located at the outlet of a small river, Dawlish Water (also called The Brook), between Permian red sandstone cliffs, and is fronted by a sandy beach with the South Devon Railway sea wall and the Riviera Line railway above. Behind this is a central public park, The Lawn, through which Dawlish Water flows. Immediately to the south-west of Dawlish is a headland, Lea Mount, with Boat Cove at its foot and Coryton Cove, the furthest part of the beach accessible by…

34067 Tangmere near Langstone Rock, Dawlish Warren, Devon

34067 Tangmere near Langstone Rock, Dawlish Warren, Devon

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