Taken on Dartmoor Devon
Taken near Windy post on Dartmoor don’t get lost on the moors
Taken in Dartmoor National park
Turning the soil ready for sowing
Dog having fun in the river waiting for the stick to be thrown
A Portrait of Sir Walter Ralegh with his eight year old son.
Sir Walter Ralegh was born in Devon England in 1554. He was the most famous explorer of Elizabeth 1’s reign, and famous for bring back potato and the addictive tobacco. In 1618 in King James 1st reign Walter Ralegh was charged with treason and executed outside the Palace of Westminster.