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Dartmoor, 2015

Just a few pictures of Dartmoor in summer of 2015




Garden

East Hill, Scarey Tor and OP22

A walk around northern Dartmoor, and a part I’ve not visited before. When you head up along the road to Okehampton Camp your eyes are drawn to the higher tors of West Mill Tor and Yes Tor, as a result you speed past the hills and tors around Moor Brook and the East Okement River. 759 more words

Dartmoor Walks

Up to Great Mis Tor

This is my favourite picture from our walk on Dartmoor today


The path up to Great Mis Tor with Little Mis Tor on the left – it was might cold in the wind when we weren’t walking and even then it wasn’t great ! 40 more words

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Bespoke topiary frames

This cockerel topiary frame was commissioned for a country house in Longdown. The client required a frame that would act as a garden sculpture whilst the box plant takes it’s time to grow through it, and needed to be seen from a distance. 70 more words

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Beacon of Lettaford

Let’s go back to The Chapel in Dartmoor, where we enjoyed a relaxing long weekend a few weeks ago…

This modest granite-stone building, our temporary abode, started its life as a schoolroom / chapel. 445 more words

Travel

Gibbet Hill and Wheal Betsy

I wanted to get out with the boys for a walk this weekend however the weather wasn’t playing ball. Whilst the rest of the country seemed to bask in cold clear blue skies, the south west and in particular Dartmoor, held hazy, claggy cloud that stayed too low for good views or any views at times. 334 more words

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Merrivale.

A short walk around the stone rows and cysts at Merrivale. I took the photo of the largest standing stone, which is in the South, at exactly 12.00 with the sun directly above it castingĀ a perfect shadow.

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