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Rachel Burch
Photographer , for 25 yrs now, ♿️ user, severe illness, 23.5 hours a day recumbent, photos taken in a 7 mile radius of my home. All pics, mine. Film Graduate.
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Rachel Burch 40m
St Cecelia stained glass window from Meavy church, , have a good Sunday.
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Honey bag Tor, taken on Fuji veliva film in 2005 .
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Widemouth Bay, 2010, .
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Replying to @littleramstudio
Sounds rubbish , I’m sorry to hear that x
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Pony and stormy colours near Pew tor earlier this month
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Rachel Burch Jan 20
View of Brentor church last week, have a good Saturday .
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Rachel Burch Jan 20
Replying to @firehorsedances
Ah thanks I’ve had a rough 24 hours that’s cheered me up 🙂
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Rachel Burch Jan 19
'Balance ' a stone at Scorhill circle features in this digital image .
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Rachel Burch Jan 19
Wind blown hedge near Brentor last week .
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ANGELA HARDING Jan 19
Otter and fish coming along
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Rachel Burch Jan 19
Good, Presumably those who weren’t awarded Pips will get nothing and have to go through it all again... A society is judged by how it treats its most vulnerable, this government will be judged accordingly.
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Rachel Burch Jan 19
Little bridge near Mary Tavy last week have a good Friday.
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Rachel Burch Jan 18
Sheep in Grenofen woods a few years ago...I used to see ponies in the woodland as well as the valley borders .
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Rachel Burch Jan 18
Replying to @KK_Pelletier
Thanks 🙏
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Old Weird Britain Jan 18
When on Dartmoor, always wear your coat inside-out. This acts as a to prevent being pisgie-led [= led astray into a mire by a naughty pixy]. Photo
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Rachel Burch Jan 18
I always think this hawthorn is a sculpture added to complement the oak behind it. Near Brentor last week. .
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Rachel Burch Jan 18
Replying to @LucyDavies45
Yes different meaning.
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Rachel Burch Jan 18
Replying to @LucyDavies45
coney ˈkəʊni/Submit noun noun: coney; plural noun: coneys; noun: cony 1. HERALDRYBRITISH a rabbit. rabbit fur. NORTH AMERICAN a pika. (in biblical use) a hyrax. 2. a small grouper (fish) found on the coasts of the tropical western Atlantic, with variable coloration.
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Rachel Burch Jan 18
Replying to @LucyDavies45
Yes 🙂
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