Hartland Flowers

Hartland Flowers - Devon Seascapes
The gentle seas finally reach the hightide mark whist a small gathering of thrift hangs to the rocky coastline. Hartland Quay is located on the Atlantic coast of Devon, south of Hartland point and north of Bude, Cornwall. It experiences some of the roughest seas in winter and is a former harbour. Several ships have been wrecked at Hartland Quay including SS Rosalia and SS Ginetorix, 19th century wrecks included Edward & Ann (1809), Test (1843), Eclipse (1865), Jenny Jones (1868), Zuma (1871), Deux Freres (1885), Royal Saxon (1886), Londos (1891) and Clipper (1895). Numerous other vessels have come to grief at Hartland Point, a few miles to the north.
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