Morte Point Flowers

Morte Point Flowers - Devon Seascapes
Coastal headlands of Bull point, Mortehoe in spring with broom full in flower brings colour to the seas. Morte Point is a peninsula on the north west coast of Devon, England, belonging to the National Trust. To the east is the village of Mortehoe and to the south is the seaside resort of Woolacombe. Morte Point (literally meaning death-point) is notorious for being the site of many shipwrecks. Five ships were wrecked in the winter of 1852 alone; Bull Point Lighthouse was built just 1ΒΌ miles (2 km) north east of the point.
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