Most of you know that I live in Exeter, and over the years I’ve posted quite a few photos of my city. So when it comes showing my place in the world, I thought I’d focus on east Devon, some of my favourite places, east of the Exe.
East Devon is where I belong, and my heart will always be in Exeter.
20 thoughts on “My Place in the World”
Wonderful photos, I was born in Exeter although I live in the midlands now, I miss Devon
Ahh thanks, this is a wonderful place to be, I consider myself very lucky. I hope you manage to visit Devon sometimes.
You’re lucky to live in such a pretty area. We’ve been to Beer and it was gorgeous.
Yes it’s a lovely area, thank you 🙂
A lovely area Gilly and you look so happy there among the bluebells
Thanks Pauline, I am lucky!
Thanks Miriam 🙂
Lovely photos Gilly ~ it’s a rich and diverse area, thank you for the trip down memory lane! 🙂
Such lovely showcase.
A lovely area and you are so lucky to have lived there all your life. You look very happy among the bluebells 🙂
What a wonderful looking place – those views could really feed the soul.
A lovely tribute to your place, and a gorgeous photo of you. Why is it that it always takes me longer to respond to posts I really like?? It’s very clear why you love where you live.
Lovely photos, Gilly. I remember that our family used to go to Sandy Bay for our summer holiday.
Smiling back at you in the bluebells. You look great! 🙂 🙂 Beer appeals too!
Absolutely stunning photos dear Gilly .. lovely to see you amongst those bluebells 🙂
Thank you, Gilly for the lovely tour of Devon! that is a beautiful photo of you standing by the tree with smile. 🙂 ❤
Gorgeous photograph … it shows how much you adore Devon. I noticed a beautiful looking woman peeking out from the bluebells. Thank you for taking me on a tour of your favorite place to be.
Very very tempted to come as far west as Exeter when we move 🙂
and that such as wonderful photo of you in the bluebells xx
Do you know Exeter well? It’s a nice city, not perfect but pretty close. We’re half an hour from the sea and there’s good transport connections. There’s a lot of history, so we get tourists but not the ridiculous crowds that Cornwall get and it’s a very green city. Too many students because the uni is one of the best. The only place I’d ever consider moving to is west Dorset. If you ever fancy a day out let me know x:-)x