Man Sands and Scabbacombe are two quiet sandy beaches on the South West Coast Path, west of Brixham in South Devon. There is fine scenery but the coast path is very steep in places ! Photos from a fine Sunday in late August.
Wheal Betsy is a ruined silver lead mine on the western edge of Dartmoor. It is on open access moorland, a few miles north of Mary Tavy. Photos from a brief spell of sunshine on a Sunday morning in August.
Black Tor is a small tor that is a short distance across open moorland from laybys on the Yelverton to Princetown road on Dartmoor. In the valley below Black Tor is a leat called Devonport Leat. Photos from a Saturday afternoon in August.
Bossiney Haven is a nice sandy beach on a scenic part of the North Cornwall coast. A short distance east on the coast path is a steep valley called Rocky Valley. Photos from a sunny Sunday in mid July.
Start Point is an impressive craggy headland on the South Devon coast. There is good walking around Start Point and just west of Start Point is the popular sandy beach at Mattiscombe. Photos from a very nice sunny afternoon in mid July.
Pew Tor and the smaller Feather Tor are two tors than can be reached from the Barn Hill car park on the west of Dartmoor. There are fine views across West Devon. Photos from a sunny Sunday morning in July.
The Hurlers are a group of bronze age stone circles on Bodmin Moor, near to the village of Minions. There is good walking on this part of the moor, including walking up to the Cheesewring Quarry. Photos from a sunny Saturday in mid July.