Dusk falls between day and night -- This photo of Hookney TorĀ on Dartmoor in Devon, UK, is for this week's weekly photo challenge. On this particular occasion we were some way off the road in the middle of nowhere, and as dusk started to fall the mist came rolling in... One hears many stories of … Continue reading Between

Selfie (with bronze-age village and purple hair)

It was only a few weeks ago I was reading about the origins of the word SELFIE, which has recently made it into the lexicons (or nearly) as an official word -- meaning, of course, to take a picture of one's self with one's camera... And now here we are with SELFIE as the theme … Continue reading Selfie (with bronze-age village and purple hair)

Dartmoor: wild and wonderful

Dartmoor. A sprawling wild expanse of sphagnum moss and heather and sheep and rocky tors and babbling brooks. Of mist and mud and ancient monuments. Remarkably, it's the product of man, who cleared it of trees, mined it for metals and minerals, built bronze-age villages on it, and grazed animals upon its slopes. Without the … Continue reading Dartmoor: wild and wonderful