Weather pictures of Exmouth from iwitness24 members
PUBLISHED: 14:58 14 January 2019
Winter in East Devon means we have the luxury of enjoying our beautiful coastline in relative peace. One of my favourite walks depicted here is from Orcombe Point to Sandy Bay. Popular with walkers (with or without their dogs) and horse riders alike. Take care to time your walk accordingly, approximately 2 hours either way around low tide for a beach return otherwise a steep climb back from Sandy Bay past the Geoneedle would be a bracing alternative. Picture: Alec Owen-Evans
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Take a peek at the photos we’ve received from our iwitness24 members for our weather challenge.
Walking under Bridge Road bridge along the old railway line at Budleigh recently. Picture: Barbara Mellor
Last week we set our readers a photo challenge to share with us their pictures of weather from in and around Exmouth.
Take a look at our selection of beautiful photos uploaded by our readers via iwitness24 - our photo-sharing website.
Why not get involved yourself and share your Exmouth shots with us through iwitness24. Simply visit www.iwitness24.co.uk and upload your pics to the East Devon region.
A stormy Budleigh beach taken last February. Picture: Barbara Mellor A while ago but Peak Hill covered in snow taken from the path down to Kersbrook. Picture: Barbara Mellor It was so cold that the estuary froze when the tide went out! Picture: Barbara Mellor Beautiful rainbow which seems to have its pot of gold on the Stuart Line Cruise ship. Picture: Richard Tulip I just saw this and had to get a photo of this it’s so beautiful. Picture: Rowan O'’Shaughnessy I walked outside and saw this. Picture: Rowan O'’Shaughnessy Gales whipping up the sea at Budleigh in December 2018. Picture: Barbara Mellor The day the snow covered the beach. Picture: Barbara Mellor Ornamental hazel in my garden completely encased in ice in March 2018. Picture: Barbara Mellor