Dartmoor is a rather subtle landscape. Hundreds of square miles of moorland with the highest hills in Southern England, but not really that high, and not that difficult to climb, with a handful of exceptions. But I do really love Dartmoor for its lessons in geography and archaeology, its scars from history of previous (mostly failed) industries, its curious woodlands, hypnotic rivers and its glorious spaciousness. I think these facets are best explored subtly with a camera, as befits the subject, not with over-dramatic, over-saturated images. I walk for miles and miles on the moor and continually find new subjects, rather than re-visit the same old “honey pots”. It’s often misty on the moor and yes, it rains a fair bit too, but when it does it looks wonderful, so I photograph it! I hope you will like my alternative viewpoints. I’ve been a photographer for almost 40 years and print and mount them myself for full control and the maximum possible quality, so please check out my website if you are curious, and would like to order. Thanks for reading, and enjoy finding your own Dartmoor!