I decided to walk out my forthcoming Tavistock Photography walk this morning in the cold temperatures. The light was challenging shall we say but I did manage to get a few shot of interest.
I walked from the Weir to St Johns well, an ancient well tucked away in a corner of the meadows, the main park in Tavistock.
I also found the first Spring leaves, wild garlic and a Hawthorn coming into bud. So lovely to see the green again.
I converted this image of St Johns well into black and white and it seemed to work. I walked over the bridge that crossed the Tavy and walked into the main bit of the park where I found a cherry tree flowering in the cold and ducks and pigeons vying for food!
I decided to walk back up the Plymouth road towards St Eustatice church, the large C of E church in the centre of town, it has the remains of the 13th century abbey in its churchyard and some great, unusual headstones.
Having taken the headstones I was ready for my lunch and surprisingly managed to get some decent shots !