For me, Dartmoor has endless appeal. The high moor is often quite bleak, and I find has a similar look in all seasons, except perhaps in the colour of the tundra and grasses. The lower moor, especially near me on the eastern side, has a variety of landscapes: granite tors, rolling fields and hedgerows, as well as wooded river valleys. Apart from a coastline, it has pretty much everything apart from tall peaks! The decision of where to go is often difficult as the opportunities for photography in the varying seasons seem infinite. Dartmoor has such changeable and dramatic weather, making it very unpredictable, but sometimes those gambles pay off.