Webbers Post is located in the Exmoor National Park over looking Horner Wood and the East Water Valley. Once parked in the Webbers Post carpark you walk down a track to the foot of the valley.
This track is cut into the valley walls and as such has steep sides dropping to the river way below.
In the autumn and winter months mist rolls in cloaking the whole area in a warm luminous glow and giving the tree colour a vibrant punch.
Once at the foot of the valley the river pours across the road and tumble down and over a small manmade water to continue its journey.
This small waterfall at the side of the road itself in the summer is very photographic point of interest with the green lichen clinging to its sides being masked by the flowing river water.
Following the East Water river back along its course you come to a number of small timber bridges between which are mingled a number of small but perfectly formed waterfalls set in wooded vale.
To better explain these location with maps and more images i have started a Youtube vlog for each location and link is listed below:
Camera Canon 5DSR
17-40mm Lens @ 29mm using Circular Pol