I fancied a stretch of the tripod legs despite downpours so I went to one of my favourite locations Shaugh Prior and got a few shots of the swollen river.
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I met my student on a bitter morning at the Fourwinds car park near to the stone row on the Western side of Dartmoor.
We set off photographing the lovely dry stone wall near the stone row
The beeches in it are always lovely and the winter light set them off a treat.
We walked along to the Boundary marker and got some shots across to Vixen Tor
Approaching the mine workings a few ponies were posing for us and I coverted my shot into a black and white image
We walked to the large Menhir and the stone circle and got some shots of the tiny stones
Then finally we walked to the row and caught the full shadow of the well known triangle stone against the tawny grass.
Dartmoor is so much more interesting in the winter!
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The weather here in Devon has been pretty bad over the last couple of weeks , but I did manage two quick shoots at local Graveyards, one at Whitchurch and one at the Quaker Cemetery in Tavistock