Tag: moorland

28 Jan

Moody Moorland Mists

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With sunrise still conveniently late, I’m taking my opportunities to put some miles in for sunrise shots. Today’s destination was Peek Hill on the west of Dartmoor, overlooking Burrator Reservoir. I’d been here a few weeks ago to a cloudless sky and I was hoping for better this time after overnight rain. I wasn’t sure what to expect after coming out of a fogbound Princetown so I parked up the car and strolled the short distance to the viewpoint with a sense of anticipation. I have to admit that the last thing I was expecting was
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03 Jan

To Crow Tor

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Ever since I first saw it, perched on the side of its hill in mid Dartmoor, I’ve wanted to visit Crow Tor. It’s not a straightforward walk in and a diversion from the Littford/Longaford/Higher White Tor ridge, or down and up from Beardown Tors is required.

I chose the latter and on an admittedly impulsive walk (I had planned to go elsewhere) decided to pay a quick visit as the low cloud was promising some dramatic side-lighting.

I got lucky and, despite not getting my pre-envisaged shot, I am quite pleased with the result here. It was a nice walk in and, in the calm after sunset, a nice walk back. As usual, I wished I could have stayed for longer.

Thanks for looking.

07 Mar

Return To Hay Tor

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Hay Tor, that big lump of granite that dominates the eastern moor and can be viewed from miles around.

Hay Tor, that big lump of granite that gets overrun by tourists and locals alike in good weather, simply because of its accessibility.

Hay Tor, that big lump of granite I drive right past every time I visit the moor.
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