• Peter Morrison

Scorhill Down


This morning I awoke early with oodles of enthusiasm to grab some sunrise shots from Scorhill Down near Gidleigh. The area is better known for its Bronze Age stone circle called Scorhill, Gidleigh or Steephill stone circle which has 23 standing granite stones and 11 fallen stones forming a circle with a diameter of 27 metres.



My plan wasn’t to shoot the circle itself but to venture past it down to the clapper bridge which spans Walla Brook which flows into the North Teign river. I managed to grab a few shots before the ferocious whistling wind and rain made me take shelter amongst the trees in Batworthy and retreated, as soon as I got a break in the weather, back to the car.




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