This May, we stayed for a week on Ashburton near Dartmoor in the southeast of Britain. Most days, we went on different hikes over the moor. The moors look bleak in the spring without the purple blooms of heather and the winds are cold. Here are views of some of the places we visited.
We walked along the banks of the Dart River and the Teign River. The top image is a view of Fingle Bridge over the River Teign.
Bluebells in the woods by a riverbank.
Another day, we climbed to the top of three tors: Rippon Tor, Top Tor and Pil Tor. These tors are close together so it was only a short walk.
The photo above shows the stacked rocks on top of Pil Tor.
Yellow flowers of gorse bushes on top of Pil Tor.
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