Bowerman's Nose is a stack of weathered granite on Dartmoor, Devon, England. It is situated on the northern slopes of Hayne Down, about a mile from Hound Tor and close to the village of Manaton at grid reference SX742805.
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snunney (80883) 2014-05-05 3:10
A well composed image featuring this strange looking rock seemingly standing guard over the moor. I like the light and colours and. especially, the superb depth. We are having glorious weather here today, I hope the weather stays fine for your Bank Holiday.
Royaldevon (27781) 2014-05-05 6:37
Your photograph has a completely different 'feel' to the one that Leslie has posted. There is much more warmth in this and, by including the house and fields, a much less sense of isolation.
The rock formation holds a position of strength and dominance, I suppose, a bit like the moa on Easter Island!
My warm regards,
dta (64142) 2014-05-05 7:23
Hello Gladys ,
It looks like an artwork ! A beautiful capture of this rocky formation , with the typical rural landscape in the BG .
Glint (6165) 2014-05-05 13:56
The Bowerman seems to be surveying this attractive landscape. I especially like the soft light that makes natural colours.
rychem (21017) 2014-05-05 22:26
A very interesting place and this rock formation, I like the warm light and fantastic view of the field patchwork, compliments
dekanski (2760) 2014-05-06 9:16
Gladys, just great TFS!
serp2000 (38980) 2014-05-07 22:50
I have see you last photo but this "Nose" is more attractive and interesting for me. Is it the Celtic ancient monument? Good composition with impressive background.
jmdias (53647) 2014-06-04 7:04
very beautiful this rural landscape, is some aspects remember me areas at my home state. the natural monument in the foreground looks marvelous and it is a big element in the compo. TFS this beauty.