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White Moor stone circle
« on: March 02, 2019, 08:40:49 am »

A Bronze Age stone circle, near Little Hound Tor in the north of Dartmoor. Four image stitch.

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Re: White Moor stone circle
« Reply #1 on: March 02, 2019, 12:23:31 pm »

A Bronze Age stone circle, near Little Hound Tor in the north of Dartmoor. Four image stitch.
I like it - really great picture. Looking it up in "The Old Stones" I did find an interesting quote about the circle:-

ā€œIn wet weather, the extensive mire just to the northeast of the circle threatens to engulf the walker who strays from the high ground to the west. Beware!ā€ Martyn Copcutt

Andy Burnham. The Old Stones (pp. 71-72). Watkins Publishing. Kindle Edition.

As far as my experience of walking on Dartmoor goes that describes the whole moor but you must have found a safe way off to be able to show us the picture ;D

Dave
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