Spring begins in Somerset

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Early March was beautiful and an ideal time to get out from lockdown and explore from my home this very photogenic area that we live in.

At one end of Weston Super Mare beach we have Uphill with the estuary and Nature reserve. It is stunning and a fabulous place to explore with your camera.

At the other end of Weston at the end of the next bay you have Sand Point. This finger of land juts out into the Bristol Channel and on this day was at its very best with extensive views across to South Wales and beyond. A fine area for bird watching as well as photography.

Hope you enjoy this short visit to Somerset

All photos are taken on a Olympus OMD-em10 Mkiii

Uphill Boatyard and Church on a beautiful Spring morning
Sandpoint looking out into the Bristol Channel
Sand Point looking down the Bristol Channel towards Clevedon
Axe Estuary from Uphill Beach Somerset
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
Uphill Tower and beacon looking towards the old Norman church
Early Spring morning looking over to Brent Knoll Somerset
Paraglider at Uphill Somerset

Please enjoy a trip to France also with my series of Travel memoirs – Merci

Published by Neal Atherton

My passion is writing about travel and particularly French travel. I have traveled extensively in France and wine and food has always featured on my travels and now in my books. My friends always await our return from France with the latest new finds from the vineyards and I was more than happy to keep sampling. I am from Lancashire in the north of England but have now relocated to Somerset (nearer to France) and able to enjoy devoting my time to writing and new discoveries. France came late to me as a destination, in fact so conservative was my travel upbringing that it was a long time before I even ventured to Cornwall. I have more than made up for the slow start and have enjoyed helping many others with their travel plans to France and especially to Paris and Provence. I have written a series of four books on France - Three are now on Amazon:THE FIRST TIME WE SAW PARIS about our first steps in French Travel, THYME FOR PROVENCE our discovery of that glorious region and the people and places we met and discovered, A DREAM OF PARIS a personal memoir of our times in Paris with friends. France has been fun, we have been burgled on our very first arrival, we discovered the best cafe that changed our travel lives on the very next day, we learnt about French wine, we escaped from the most horrendous gite, we found the best of gites, B & B's and people, we laughed and cried with dear friends in Paris, I was hosed down by a crazy owner to cool me down in Provence, our breakfast in a remote village was served by the French army, we stepped totally out of our comfort zone and discovered the best of French culture. The experiences are varied and many and please come with me as I retell the stories and my footsteps are there to follow. I am also writing about ancestry and genealogy and my first book about our incredible family story themed around war and the military is now on Amazon - A BULLET FOR LIFE. I love the English game of cricket, golf, soccer, photography, walking and cooking. Oh, and travel of course.

4 thoughts on “Spring begins in Somerset

    1. Thank you Caroline – I will post more through the year as we come out of lockdown and I can head further into the West Country. This area of Sandpoint near where we live is stunningly beautiful and a photographers dream. Although I am a ‘Northerner’ I think it is as good a landscape as anywhere in England.

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