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By: David Entrican
128 pages, Col photos throughout
Dartmoor can present a mask of barren wilderness to the uninitiated. But for those willing to explore, the moor unfolds the secrets of its seasonal changes, revealing faces of spectacular colour, inspiring light and landscape distinctly marked over time by the shared presence of humans, wildlife and natural elements alike. The 954 square kilometres of unyielding granite plateau are dotted with tors, peat bogs and stocky trees stubbornly adhering to the scoured earth. David Entrican's moody panoramic photographs capture the magic of this landscape through the seasons and through the changing English weather.
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