I tried to figure out which of the Dartmoor Tors is visible from the elevated and expansive view west from Warbstow Bury. It’s a favourite dog walking spot, concentric but irregularly shaped rings of banks and ditches, from somewhere around a 500BC history.
The views out on good days can be far reaching. Towards the Moors, Bodmin and Dartmoor, and then the coast, with Bude far distant and Lundy Island out in the Bristol Channel–but it can be clear up to about 20 metres in front of your nose on a bad day.
Anyway, I’ve reverted to a good old traditional Black and White landscape style for this picture, and I think that the distant Dartmoor view is Yes Tor, around 26 miles away.