I recognise the falls as well, you must have been using a zoom as my grandpa insisted on going through the fence to get a closer shot but in the end the roll of film jammed and he got nothing.
I always said hippies had managed to survive in Totnes indefinitely, and glad to hear they're still there. When I first went in 1968 it was the height of the era and while the rest of the country changed it stayed the same there.
For today's photo I must wear my FT anorak, as many here know I'm a number plate spotter, and like any collector spotting and catching a rarity is like an albino blackbird for a birdwatcher or error for a stamp collector.
This one is the same, more so as I've seen it twice before and didn't get a chance to see what it was, and it's not a real plate.
The car is an electric hire car, and I'm calling the firm on Monday for details, but it appears they probably don't need number plates at all as this is not a British plate or anywhere else. The other car had another AMV but with different numbers, and my informed guess is they are fleet numbers in case they have an accident they can be traced. But they are not legal in the UK hence the mystery until I learn the answer. But this is so rare it may be unique.
In case anyone's curious to know, UK numbers do not use leading zeros, our old plates would have been 1 AMV- 999 AMV. This also had a white rear plate which is also illegal. In fact only Canada and USA use such a format and certainly not on UK style format, and electric cars do not have special status here as far as I know as I get plate updates regularly from the club I joined. I've waited months for this one and will be getting a solution very soon now.