Moody, cloudy moorland dotted with tors and covered in heather and gorse.
If you don’t know what most of those words mean, then you probably aren’t British and you definitely haven’t visited Dartmoor National Park in Devon, UK.
The Dart river runs through this particular moor, hence the name Dartmoor. Where the two dart rivers (East and West) collide there is a small village called Dartmeet. Where the Dart rivers opens up wide to vomit it’s contents into the sea there is a town called Dartmouth. See what I’m getting at here? The English are very pragmatic when it comes to naming towns.
But you’re not here to learn about English geography. You’re here to look at pictures of Dartmoor :)