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Bridal Wedding Photoshoot on Dartmoor...a Fusion of Landscape & Portrait Photography!

April 21, 2016 - I do apologise for not updating my blog recently, my Tor climbing & photographing is suffering from a busy schedule. May...
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The Best Ever Bluebell Display on Dartmoor with a backdrop of Haytor!

May 14, 2015 - Be sure to pack up a picnic if you follow my footsteps on this next adventure as you will want to linger as soon as you...
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Hollow, North Hessary & Rundlestone Tors, the Snow Bench & the last of the Mulled Wine!

January 19, 2015 - Dartmoor is fab, especially when you can drive on ice free roads to the white slopes just minutes away! Yesterday the...
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Sharpitor, Leather Tor and don't forget Lower Leather Tor!

November 12, 2014 - Thank you all for your interest in following my family's crazily ambitious challenge to climb and photograph every Tor o...
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Claig Tor - Who knew there was a Tor closer to Burrator than Sheepstor?!

August 26, 2014 - W ell I have been to Burrator hundreds of times and never knew there was a hidden tor with a view of the reservoir and S...
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Combestone Tor - Instant Tor Gratification!

August 17, 2014 - W ant instant Tor gratification?! Then Combestone Tor may be the one for you as it is most impressive, very high up and...
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Bellever Tor - a view with your brew

May 22, 2014 - A ll Tors are worth the climb (especially if you get tea and chocolate at the top!) but Bellever Tor is particularly so...
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A nice and easy but satisfying 2 tor route

March 27, 2014 - Parking in the ice cream van (v. important!) car park on the left hand side of the road from Dousland to Princetown we s...
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365 Dartmoor Tors with a Collie and a Camera

March 04, 2014 - There was a time when I mocked my ‘Tor Bore’ friend who insisted on pointing out every pinprick of a Tor she could faint...
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