Beautiful morning Uphill Boatyard and Estuary Weston Bay Somerset

A perfect morning at Uphill Boatyard. We can also look over the Axe Estuary from Uphill Nature Reserve and also take in the view from the hill towards the old Norman church. The path leads around to the boatyard from her at the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super MareContinue reading “Beautiful morning Uphill Boatyard and Estuary Weston Bay Somerset”

Beautiful morning Uphill Boatyard and Estuary Weston Bay Somerset

A perfect morning at Uphill Boatyard. We can also look over the Axe Estuary from Uphill Nature Reserve and also take in the view from the hill towards the old Norman church. The path leads around to the boatyard from her at the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super MareContinue reading “Beautiful morning Uphill Boatyard and Estuary Weston Bay Somerset”

Beautiful morning Uphill Estuary Weston Bay Somerset

A perfect morning as we look over the Axe Estuary from Uphill Nature Reserve and also take in the view from the hill towards the old Norman church. The path leads around to the boatyard from her at the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The landContinue reading “Beautiful morning Uphill Estuary Weston Bay Somerset”

Beautiful morning Uphill Estuary Weston Bay Somerset

A perfect morning as we look over the Axe Estuary from Uphill Nature Reserve. The path leads around to the boatyard from her at the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The land that gets the tidal flow over it is rich in wild flowers and especiallyContinue reading “Beautiful morning Uphill Estuary Weston Bay Somerset”

Low tide on Axe river Estuary Somerset

A very atmospheric and peaceful shot of the Axe Estuary.Low tide on the estuary gives a chance to see feeding and wading birds. On this occasion we saw a pair of Shelducks with about nine very young offspring. This path leads back inland around to the boatyard from the Axe Estuary at the end ofContinue reading “Low tide on Axe river Estuary Somerset”

Low tide on Axe river Estuary Somerset

Low tide on the estuary gives a chance to see feeding and wading birds. On this occasion we saw a pair of Shelducks with about nine very young offspring. This path leads back inland around to the boatyard from the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. TheContinue reading “Low tide on Axe river Estuary Somerset”

Beautiful morning Axe river Estuary Somerset

A perfect morning as we look down the Axe Estuary into Weston Bay from a path from Uphill Nature Reserve. This path leads back inland around to the boatyard from the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The land that gets the tidal flow over it isContinue reading “Beautiful morning Axe river Estuary Somerset”

Beautiful morning Uphill Nature Reserve Somerset

A perfect morning as we look down one of the many paths taking us through Uphill Nature Reserve. This one leads around to the boatyard and then to the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The land that gets the tidal flow over it is rich inContinue reading “Beautiful morning Uphill Nature Reserve Somerset”

Beautiful morning Uphill Nature Reserve Somerset

A perfect morning as we look down one of the many paths taking us through Uphill Nature Reserve. This one leads around to the boatyard and then to the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The land that gets the tidal flow over it is rich inContinue reading “Beautiful morning Uphill Nature Reserve Somerset”

Sea Lavender on Axe Estuary across Uphill Nature Reserve Somerset

A perfect morning as we look across to Uphill and the old church from the Axe Estuary at the end of the beach at Weston Super Mare Somerset England. The land that gets the tidal flow over it is rich in wild flowers such as this sea lavender and teems with birds and wildlife. AContinue reading “Sea Lavender on Axe Estuary across Uphill Nature Reserve Somerset”