This may be one of the last times I ride the roads through Exeter and south to Dawlish. The traffic is already significantly heavier after some media’s hyperbolic proclamations of lockdown being eased from next week, and in truth I find myself grimacing as much from the number of cars as from the stiff head wind. Turning for home, I opt for a detour from the usual route and find myself on a quiet country lane headed for Kenn and Kennford. Lush green fields rise on gentle hillsides to my right, whilst over to the right I see the heights of Haldon. In Kenn I pause to photograph another church, this time St Andrew’s church for the parish, its New Red Sandstone bulk resplendent against the blue May sky.