At the heart of the Dartmoor National Park lie miles of desolate moorland-accessible only by foot, while the fringes are dotted with picturesque villages of thatch and stone, acres of rolling green pasture and quiet valleys where streams meander through dense woodland. Between are spectacular granite tors and Neolithic remains. Lee Frost has visited these places many times and experienced their moods first-hand and in all weather conditions to create a stunning photographic record of this great wilderness.
Also recommended: Scotland: Land of Mountains, Scotland from the Air, Portrait of Scotland, The Lake District, Scotland, Glasgow Pocket Guide, Edinburgh Pocket Guide, York Pocket Guide.
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Ian Robinson is a freelance travel writer whose work has been published extensively in outdoor magazines and the national press, and he has been heard on BBC Radio Devon. He lives on Dartmoor.
Lee Frost is one of the U.K.'s most prolific photographic journalists. His work regularly appears in photographic magazines and he has published several books on photography.
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