Whistman’s Woods (Photography)

Wistman’s Wood, Dartmoor, Devon, England – High-altitude oak woodland. The name may be derived from the dialect word ‘wisht’, which means ‘eerie/uncanny’ or ‘pixie-led/haunted’. There were more photographs, but I’m having issues uploading.

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All photographs © Phen Weston

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