3) Ponies, Sheep & Cattle on Dartmoor
Dartmoor Ponies on Combeshead Tor in the Dartmoor National Park. This is a cropped version of the other image here. I thought it lent itself to a more panoramic format, which some might prefer. Photo taken in August
This ewe with her lamb posed for me briefly on the stone wall, then quickly jumped down and ran off. I was lucky to get the shot, as they usually run away as soon as they see you coming their way.
Ponies and foal approaching Norsworthy Bridge near the Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor. Early June.
Sheep coming through a gate on the Narrator Plantation, in the Sheepstor area of the Dartmoor National Park. Early November.
The ponies run freely over Dartmoor and here they are on Combeshead Tor on the southern side of Dartmoor. Combeshead Tor is not to be confused with the more accessible Combestone Tor which is located in the middle of the moor. Photo taken 4th August 2018
Ewe and her lamb on Shaugh Moor in the Dartmoor National Park