This morning, I went out on a bitterly cold morning to Bellever Forest Dartmoor. The temperature never rose above 2ºC, and in the wind it was sub zero. Apart from the temperature, it was foggy and raining.
So despite the weather and visibility, I managed to capture the beauty and wonder of Bellever Forest, Dartmoor National Park using my iPhone 7 Plus.
Along the forest path at Bellever. Lovely views and colours.
Along the path, the trees and plants look fantastic.
I really like all the greens, browns and red tones.
For one minute, it looks like a row of stone seating.
Up high, and you can really get a sense of the visibility or lack of!
With the rainy conditions, I was so happy to have my iPhone 7 Plus which is water resistant. And I love the photos the camera captured too.
As with all UK weather, it was fabulous during the week and come the weekend, the rain and fog descended on Dartmoor. Snow is forecasted later this week too.
Anyway, below are photos taken on my iPhone 7 Plus of Soussons Stone Circle and in around the forest on Dartmoor National Park.
Above, Tiggy is very happy to be in the lead. The shot is taken in Soussons Forest, Dartmoor.
There are so great trees too. With walkways in between.
This is the Soussons Stone Circle, comprising of 25 stones. Dartmoor seems to have many sites with stone circles.
Abandoned logs. Did someone forget to collect these? Also a great place to find beetles.
George happy as always.
Fury, she is doing the side step dance, somehow.
The weather was awful during the walk around Soussons. Rain, fog and strong winds. Fortunately, the trees provided some shelter, and it times like this you appreciate having a iPhone that is water resistant!
Just when you think you have seen everything, just out this 3 second footage revealing the wild beasts of Dartmoor. Shot on my iPhone 7 Plus using the default camera app.