Monday, 6 February 2012

A DARTMOOR TOR...

A DARTMOOR TOR
There are lots of Tor's to be seen on Dartmoor in the south west of England. They are a characteristic feature of the moor. They are more numerous on the northern part of the moor and they come in various shapes and sizes...although nearly all of them consist of striated granite. Most of the Tor's have been given names although a few do remain still un-named.

10 comments:

ADRIAN said...

This is a beauty.

Life Like This.. said...

Hey big buddy! How was your new year? I hope you are doing good :)

Greetings,
Bhags

Robert Geiss said...

What an incredible mean to measure time and life. Makes one able to 'touch time'.
Please have a good Wednesday.

Trevor said...

*Adrian*
Thanks Adrian....

*Life Like This..*
Great New Year and everything doing well...thanks for asking Bhags. I hope all is well with you.

*Robert Geiss*
Nice comment Robert...enjoy your week.

orso - homine de su marghine.. said...

even here in Sardinia there are similar things
I like greetings orso..

Trevor said...

*Orso*
Thanks for your comments....Enjoy your week.

Robert Manz said...

very dramatic, wonderful tones. robert

Trevor said...

*Robert Manz*
Thanks for your comments Robert....

monika said...

Caught up in your photos.

Trevor said...

*monika*
Thanks Monika.....