Snowy Dartmoor Expedition December 2017

In the early hours of the morning, long before the sun had risen, snow began to fall upon Dartmoor. Dartmoor is a wild and rugged landscape; it really is shaped by the elements. When it’s snowing with arctic cold winds -3°c (felt like -7°c) and the snow flurries are being illuminated by a pale morning sun, the moors really do look absolutely spectacular. The views were worth the early morning start.

 

Light dusting of snow resting upon a gritted road.

 

Parked up by Haytor.

 

Haytor among the fallen snow.

 

Snowflakes shining through a pale sunrise.

 

More snow flurries being illuminated by a pale morning sun.

 

Warm rubber boots and Mountain Horse winter overalls.

 

 

Take it easy,

Arctic Tundra Fox

The photographs in this blog are owned by ©Arctic Tundra Fox unless otherwise stated, and not for public domain use, thank you.

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