Dartmoor Photography Gallery
Welcome to my Dartmoor Photography Gallery. Living on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park, I am lucky to be just a short distance from its 368 square miles of beautiful, rugged moorland. Dartmoor is home to huge granite tors and meandering streams which are popular subjects for many landscape photographers. The best times to capture the magical views are usually at sunrise and sunset, although, before or after a storm can bring wonderful cloud formations as well. The weather on Dartmoor can change really quickly which often results in unbelievable light and colours. Landscape photographers are a rugged breed, braving all the different weathers that Dartmoor throws at them. From hail and snow to mist and rain, you will always find a lonely photographer striving to get that one special photo.
Dartmoor has many hidden secrets to discover, from ancient Bronze Age remains, like burial cairns and stone circles, to more recent history like derelict farm houses, tin mining and granite quarrying. With the right conditions, these can all make fantastic subjects for landscape photos.