Photographer's Note

Hello Everyone,

Continuing my theme of farmhouses on the moors, this one is a prime example and because it is close to the lane, I could get closer.
It is several hundred years old, it is long and low, is built of random stone, the walls are more than half a metre thick, the many windows are all tiny and have rainsplashes to divert the raindrops. The farmhouse has an attached barn, quite common in this area.

The fields attached to the farm are relatively small and are all bounded by drystone walls; again, a characteristic of the area.

As you can see, the promised spring weather has left us and the cold, with snow, has arrived with a vengeance.

Many thanks for your visit.
Please feel free to offer feedback on any aspect of this photograph. :-)

Hand held ... in the rain!

pp cropped slightly, sharpened, adj brightness & contrast, added borders and signed

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Additional Photos by Beverley Robinson (Royaldevon) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 9761 W: 386 N: 22569] (88442)
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