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One of the highest oak woods in Britain at over 380m, Wistman’s Wood is located above the West Dart River on Dartmoor. Mainly pedunculate oak Quercus robur with some rowan, hawthorn and willow, the wood supports approximately 120 species of lichen and a large population of adders. Clothed with epiphytes, the oldest trees, some 400-500 years old are relicts from a much colder climate when the woodland was more scrubby. The tangled, stunted growth may also influence its name ‘wisht’ meaning eerie or haunted!

Photograph by Adam Burton

About Adam Burton

Adam Burton is one of the UK’s leading landscape photographers.  A professional photographer, teacher and author with over fifteen years experience working within the landscape photography industry, Adam has photographed many of the world's beautiful natural areas and specialises in the landscapes of the UK, particularly Southwest England.

Entirely self taught, Adam’s style has developed organically through photographing the wide variety of landscapes and seascapes found within the UK.  His bold, colourful landscape photographs are always in-demand; his client list includes many prestigious organisations such as National Geographic, Ford and The AA.

With an emphasis on in-camera technique rather than post capture manipulation, Adam’s photography records the landscape authentically and naturally in beautiful atmospheric images.

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