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Beautiful pictures from extraordinary low tide at Minehead

Sea life uncovered in Minehead at low tide Credit: Gaynor Gough

The South West experienced extraordinary low tides this weekend.

Sea beds and river beds not previously seen before were exposed with remains of prehistoric bridges and other structures becoming visible.

These pictures were taken by Gaynor Gough in Minehead.

A medieval fish trap was exposed by the low tides Credit: Gaynor Gough
Credit: Gaynor Gough
Sea life uncovered in Minehead at low tide Credit: Gaynor Gough
Sea life uncovered in Minehead at low tide Credit: Gaynor Gough
Credit: Gaynor Gough


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A view of the partial solar eclipse from Tavistock, Devon.

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Castle Primary School in Tiverton had fun watching the spectacle.

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Rich Wiltshire took this superb photo of the eclipse in Bridgwater.

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These impressive shots were taken in St Ive, Liskeard, by Paddy Long

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John Habbishow took this one in Barnstaple.

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This picture has been sent to us by Neil Punnett from Hemyock, Devon

The partial eclipse as seen from Hemyock, Devon Credit: Neil Punnett from Hemyock, Devon

Hayley Goleniowska sent us this fantastic photo on Twitter from Cornwall

Hayley took this fantastic photo in Cornwall Credit: Hayley Goleniowska

Picture taken through a welding mask by James Tomlinson in Helston

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This was taken by Jonathan Webster of the eclipse over the sea at Teignmouth at 0945 this morning.

This was taken over the sea at Teignmouth this morning Credit: Jonathan Webster

James Cherry took this great time line in Cornwall

A timeline of the eclipse in Cornwall Credit: James Cherry

Rachel Dodge caught the tail end of it in Yeovil.

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Phil Starkey took this in Penryn, Cornwall.

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Bradley Darlington took this in Plymouth

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Photos from Truro High School for Girls

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Students have joined expert Brian Sheen from the Roseland Observatory to view the eclipse using specially adapted telescopes and carting out scientific experiments which project the image on the sun onto a white card .

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The conditions really are perfect here and I'm always excited to start to see the sun disappear. We won't see another event like this until 2026 and a for a full eclipse 2090.

– Roseland Observatory
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The temperature has gone really cold I can't believe how much it's dropped. It's amazing for this to happen the year that we're studying astronomy.

– Lowenna Penny
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I thought it would look really fuzzy but the image was really sharp as the moon moved across the sun.

– Rosalind Williams
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