Devon foraging

Monday 12 September 2011

We are not accustomed to foraging in the UK and often pass by fruits, flowers and funghi, leaving them for the animals.

On a recent cliff walk in North Devon (from Mortehoe to Lee Bay and then from Croyde to Puttsborough round Baggy Point, two of my favourite coastal routes with stunning views), we came across blackberries, mushrooms, honeysuckle and sloes growing on the cliff edge.

Unfortunately I didn't have a bag to pick them but did have a camera (and stained hands from eating too many blackberries!). 

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