North Molton Ridge Heather

North Molton Ridge Heather - Exmoor
With the hill side covered in heather the soft morning golden light brings more colour to the moorland. North Molton is a village, parish and former manor in North Devon, England. Bounded on the north east by the border with Somerset, it is the second largest parish in Devon, covering about 15,000 acres. Bampfylde Clump is a circular plantation of beech trees on the top of Bampfylde Hill (in the far distance to the left), a short distance north west of the village, within the parish. It is a highly recognisable and distinctive landmark from many miles away from all points of the compass.
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