Wild daffodils at Dunsford, East Dartmoor

March 20, 2017

Over on East Dartmoor is a place called Dunsford, famous for its wild daffodils.


It is a beautiful wooded valley that winds alongside the river Teign. 


When we got there I noticed the daffodils were just about on the turn, going slightly crispy on their outer petals.  The sight however is just as spectacular as I imagined it would be.  


As you can see, it's a beautiful trail alongside the river and I highly recommend a visit.  If you go  though, I must insist that you end up in The Royal Oak in Dunsford town - a true country pub. As we walked in I spotted  3 collies and 2 spaniels sitting around the lounge as their owners lunched - and the log fires warmed us all up.






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Naomi Stolow , wildlife and nature photographer based in Dawlish, South Devon. 

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