Dartmoor

Dartmoor can be a lonely, stalk place, where our white ancestral spirit dwells invigorated, reflected upon being from this soft moorland, cradling tired but steadfast foot, preserving direction of faith to unfold:

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Heltor Rock

Weird MOD Tetra mast?

My walking boots.

Fox gloves

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National Park Logo

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Mardon Down Stone Circle

Scarecow Festival, Moretonhampstead

Scarecow Festival, Moretonhampstead

Scarecow Festival, Moretonhampstead

Lunch in Moretonhampstead

Snack in Moretonhampstead

Scarecow Festival, Moretonhampstead

Moi leaving Moretonhampstead

Scarecow Festival, Moretonhampstead

Where and who would I be with, without life depriving Communists?

Scolded by Pocket Rocket Burner.

Verdant Devonshire

Sunset

Fungi growing on poop.

Scorhill (pronounced Scorill) Stone Circle is now the commonly known name for Gidleigh Stone Circle or Steep Hill Stone Circle, one of Devon's biggest and most intact stone circles, situated on Gidleigh Common near the village of Gidleigh in the north east of Dartmoor.

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Scorhill Stone Circle

Moi

Dartmoor

Dartmoor

Dartmoor

Dartmoor

Dartmoor