It is my love of Dartmoor that keeps me in touch with the wild beauty of Nature. Much of the wild in Britain has vanished, and much of Dartmoor is farmed and settled, but there are still many valleys and tors where I walk and find inspiration from Nature.

I live in North Devon and I teach at Schumacher College in South Devon. This gives me the golden opportunity to travel over the moor throughout the year, winter and summer, and soak up the wonder of the rocky and rugged landscape of open countryside. Sometimes I get caught in the famous Dartmoor mist, but I am so familiar with the landscape ...


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