Autumn colours surround the dam at Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor.
An early morning photograph of the River Meavy tumbling over the Black Tor Falls on its way to the reservoir at Burrator.
The beginning of the end for the River Meavy on Dartmoor as the waters from Burrator Reservoir tumble over the dam and into the river as it begins its last journey to Shaugh Prior where it will meet and join the River Plym.
Water from the Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor National Park falls over the dam and into the River Meavy during an autumn afternoon.
Very early morning at Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor National Park. A heavy rain shower passes over the lake as the rising sun lights up the bracken and trees that surround the reservoir showing the full range of autumn colours that Dartmoor has to offer.
The low light over Dartmoor lights up the long grass as it sways in the light breeze on Brentor.
An hour before sunrise and the last of the nights stars are just visible as the River Meavy gently tumbles over Black Tor Falls on Dartmoor. It was a very cold night as what light is available reveals a heavy ground frost and icicles hanginging below the improvised bridge that spans the river.
An early spring morning on Dartmoor. The rising sun casts highlights on the stone walls and surrounding area at Emsworthy barn.
The first light of the rising sun over Dartmoor is reflected in the still waters of Burrator Reservoir.
The Grimstone and Sortridge Leat falls gently over rocks as it makes its way past Windy Post at Merrivale on Dartmoor National Park. Vixen Tor, Kings Tor and North Hessary Tor, with its distinctve TV mast can be seen in the distance.
A cold, stormy winters morning on Dartmoor National Park in Devon reveals a light dusting of snow that has fallen overnight in the area of Merrivale, just to the east of Princetown and the infamous Dartmoor prison. Dark and moody storm clouds still dominate the sky bringing with them further snow showers but the occasional break in the clouds enables weak sun to highlight patches of the landscape and in this instance cause a small rainbow to form over the granite peak of Kings Tor
A light dusting of snow lies on and around Down Tor on Dartmoor National Park with the still waters of Burrator Reservoir reflecting the trees and plantations that surround the lake.
A light dusting of snow lies on Dartmoor as the trees and clouds are reflected in the still waters of Burrator Reservoir.
Trees and foliage are highlighted by sunlight and reflected in the still waters of Burrator Reservoir on Dartmoor.
The view of Dartmoor from the slopes of Sheeps Tor during a windy and showery morning.
The river Meavy completes its journey from Princetown as it meets the River Plym at Shaugh Prior.