Haytor Rock October 5, 2015 by simonbowler in Dartmoor, Devon, landscape, Nature, Photography, Walking and tagged Dartmoor, Devon, landscape, nature, photography Found on the B3387 between Widecombe on the moor and Bovey Tracey, and considered a natural beauty spot, one of Dartmoor famous landmark. Share this:FacebookPinterestTwitterLike this:Like Loading...
One of my family’s favourite haunts when I was a child living in Exeter in the 1950s and 1960s
Cool rock! It looks like it would be fun to hike or climb up. The point looks like a face in profile to me. Like a Native American Chief.
Very impressive shot – and the figures give it scale. Not always easy to get the right people there at the right time. Des.
Majestic shot ! With People appearing like ants, I can imagine massive size of the Rock.Its a treat to the eyes.Thank you
Thank you for recently visiting my blog. I have viewed your photos, too, and they are amazing, wonderful shots of so many different places and subjects. Best to you in all you do.