Friday, 30 December 2016

Houns tout: In Sunshine and In Mist

Houns tout is a rocky outcrop high above the sea that sits between Chapman's Pool and the Encombe Bowl. It must be my favourite place and somewhere I can spend far too much time.
This morning mists fell from St.Alhelm's Head, across the mouth of Chapman's Pool and curled around Houns tout before sliding effortlessly along the valley at Encombe. It was difficult to walk away.





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