Dartmoor and Lydford George

The moor is a magnificent expanse in a very crowded countryside. These photos cover two aspects – the moorland around Drake’s Aquaduct and Lydford Gorge, on the edge of Dartmoor.




Path at Lydford Gorge


Devil’s Cauldron

The Falls


About idaswears

I left the U.S. for Cornwall 4 years ago. Since then I have spent my time writing, walking and studying the English. It's not always easy being a Yank in Cornwall, but it's always fun and rewarding.
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6 Responses to Dartmoor and Lydford George

  1. Joe F. says:

    I never knew you had a blog. Great pictures!


  2. John Evans says:

    I love these photos.It’s a long time since I’ve visited Dartmoor. Circa 1976, when a group of us had a picnic within sight of Dartmoor Prison. How romantic that was.


  3. cat9984 says:

    Your pictures are beautiful. Would it be possible to make them a little larger? I swear my eyes have aged 20 years in the past 2 🙂


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