During this year I shall be posting photographs from places around the UK, many of which have not been published before. Where I have previously blogged about a location I will provide a link to the post, though you won’t be able to comment on it as I restrict comments to six months.
D is for Dartmoor
Dartmoor National Park is a vast moorland in the county of Devon, in southwest England. Dartmoor ponies roam its craggy landscape, defined by forests, rivers, wetlands and tors (rock formations).
We had an incredible day driving around Dartmoor National Park back in June 2022, stopping in various places to have a short stroll to admire the views.
click here to read more about my Dartmoor visit
41 thoughts on “A – Z of Locations: D is for Dartmoor”
A wonderful place
It is in the sunshine, I imagine it’s pretty bleak in the rain.
ah but I am now into rain too!
You wouldn’t have much of a view though 🙂
Gosh, that first view is so iconic, what many of us envision as “England” even though there are so many different looks to your lovely country. Just beautiful.
For a relatively small island we do have some wonderful landscapes.
Very true and so much history.
Lovely photos of Dartmoor
Wonderful photos, Jude. We know one of the rangers on the Dartmoor and only saw a small section of it. Lovely and one of the positives of having a decent rainfall is all that lush green grass.
We took the opportunity of good weather to drive around the whole area of Dartmoor, avoiding the narrow roads through the centre. It is a dramatic landscape.
Your first photo is gorgeous, so green and pretty.
Thanks Carol. Have you visited this area?
No, not yet.
such stunning landscape!
Indeed. Wild landscape.
Such lush green! Absolutely beautiful!
Thanks Lynn. One of the unspoilt areas in our country.