The Cheesewring Tor, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall

The Cheesewring on Bodmin Moor. This fantastic granite rock tor is entirely natural, formed by weathering and erosion. The whole pile looks very top heavy with huge slabs at the top supported by much smaller stones below. It is named because it looks like an ancient device used to make cheese.

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Image Info

Camera Model:Canon EOS 20D
Date Created:Jun 08, 2008
Shutter Speed:1/160 sec
Aperture:f/16
Focal Length:39 mm

Location: Bodmin Moor

County: Cornwall

Country: United Kingdom

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