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If you venture onto Dartmoor in Devon you will not be able to miss the iconic Dartmoor Ponies. The ponies are very hardy and actually thrive on Dartmoor…

I've called this second post of my photo drive across Dartmoor the Stone Age because after a while that's where you feel you might be up on the moor. Throughout…

This is the first post of my Dartmoor photo drive series. There will be another to follow when I work my way through the rest of the photos. Dartmoor is huge…

The Gorse and Heather are in bloom together. I'm not sure if this is unusual, I always think of Heather flowering in September and Gorse in Late Spring. In any…

[7-365] 12th August 2020- The Dartmoor Pony is breed of pony that lives on Dartmoor England. It has been there for centuries and is used in a variety of roles…

I spotted these on a local Nature Reserve in South Yorkshire England. Can only think they have been abandoned at some time or other.

The horse is one of two extant subspecies of Equus ferus. It is an odd-toed ungulate mammal belonging to the taxonomic family Equidae. Well that's the…

… on the following Wednesday … Tonia and a friend from school, Lisa, visit every Wednesday two neglected ponies, Jogy and Maya. The owners, two young girls (and…

Pony Penning is held in July during the Chincoteague Volunteer Firemen's Carnival. “Salt Water Cowboys” herd the horses from Assateague Island across the…
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