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Thursday, 20 January 2011


Dartmoor is an area of the country that I visit often. My wife was brought up close to the town of Tavistock and I often spend time walking and camping in the area.
The moor covers an area of 954 square kilometres (368 square miles) and the granite upland dates from the Carboniferous period of geological history. The highest point of the moor is High Wilhays at 621 metres (2037 feet). The whole area of the moor and the towns and villages in it's vicinity is a very popular tourist destination .


ADRIAN said...

must get back down there. Your images are inspiring.

ρομπερτ said...

Feels like a place which is breathing. History, ancient. Present and future as well. How nice it must feel being able to live there. Thank you for this nice escape into nature. Please have a good Friday.

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Isabel said...

I like your blog, congratulations!

Dorota Narwojsz-Szal said...

Beautiful place. Why not just missing the bird, which propels her singing spring world. Maybe this music is appropriate...

Life Like This.. said...

I really feel lost looking at this picture ....thanks for sharing Trevor

pharaonx said...

very nice. it's look very deserted. i like it.

becky said...

Hi Trevor,
just catching up.... you've got some beautiful shots here! Your blog gives me chance to see places I wouldn't otherwise have a chance to see. Thanks for sharing photos from your part of the world.

Wind said...

Again, a tree!
Did you noticed that they have different shapes matching the atmosphere of the place they grow?

eh, just a thought

Wonderful and misterious place!

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DUTA said...

That's a beautiful moor land view!
The colors give the picture a dramatic effect.

It should be interesting to explore this place.

Olga said...

I can imagine that it is calm and quiet atmosphere. This photo comes from not only seeing the view, but experience the sense of the place as well.

Y. Ikeda said...

I love sepia tones, composition, and the silhouette of the tree! Fantastic photo! I would love to visit there if I have a chance!
Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful day.

Leovi said...

This photo is an excellent poem in images by their content, color and framing. Greetings.

Kenneth Larsson said...

This is a beauty! I like it very much! :-)


Luzia said...

I love the moor and the bizarre trees there. Thank you for your kind comment and greetings from Luzia.