Wheal Betsy is a ruined silver lead mine on the western edge of Dartmoor. It is on open access moorland, a few miles north of Mary Tavy. Photos from a brief spell of sunshine on a Sunday morning in August.
Black Tor is a small tor that is a short distance across open moorland from laybys on the Yelverton to Princetown road on Dartmoor. In the valley below Black Tor is a leat called Devonport Leat. Photos from a Saturday afternoon in August.
Pew Tor and the smaller Feather Tor are two tors than can be reached from the Barn Hill car park on the west of Dartmoor. There are fine views across West Devon. Photos from a sunny Sunday morning in July.
North Bovey is a picturesque village on Dartmoor. There is a village green surrounded by thatched cottages, some of which date from mediavel times. There is also a nice riverside walk by the River Bovey. Photos from another sunny day in late March.
Ingra Tor is a small tor which is a short walk from the Sharpitor car parks on Dartmoor. Below Sharpitor is the picturesque lake Burrator which was very popular on Sunday. The ice cream van was very busy !
Fernworthy Forest is a large forest on the north east of Dartmoor. There are a number of woodland trails and also prehistoric remains including a stone circle. On the edge of the forest on open moorland is the Grey Wethers stone circles. Photos from a fine Sunday in early May.