Laughter Hole Farm – Dartmoor
Dartmoor is an area of moorland in southern Devon, England. Protected by National Park status as Dartmoor National Park, it covers 368 sq miles. The granite which forms the uplands dates from the Carboniferous Period of geological history. The moorland is capped with many exposed granite hilltops known as tors, providing habitats for Dartmoor wildlife. Dartmoor is known for its myths and legends. It is reputedly the haunt of pixies, a headless horseman, a mysterious pack of “spectral hounds”, and a large black dog, among others. During the Great Thunderstorm of 1638, the moorland village of Widecombe-in-the-Moor was even said to have been visited by the Devil. A few stories have emerged in recent decades, such as the “hairy hands”, that are said to attack motorists near Two Bridges and the “Beast of Dartmoor”. Dartmoor has inspired a number of artists and writers, such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in The Hound of the Baskervilles.
Fun Fact: In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the fictional 1994 Quidditch World Cup final between Ireland and Bulgaria was hosted on the moor.
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All prints are limited editions of 395 and come mounted in a neutral vanilla mount, framed prints are glazed with acrylic and come ready to hang with fixings. Due to the nature of natural mouldings sizes may vary slightly. For more information about framing options and sizes click here
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