Photographer's Note

"Dartmoor's moorland core is the largest open moor in southern England and a place of remoteness and tranquillity.
Granite is a strong unifying feature across Dartmoor, found forming the distinctive tors of the high moorland, and as key element in many of the features of the enclosed landscape including stonewalls, hedgebanks and buildings.

The landscape has inspired many writers, poets and painters over the centuries, including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'Hound of the Baskervilles'."
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The tor in the picture is not one of the highest, but it still allows great views across the countryside.
Two more complementary shots in the workshop.
Thanks for looking.

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