Probably somewhere Exmoor National Park, which is famous for its ponies grazing semi-wild on the moorland:
Some facts about Exmoor
Exmoor has the largest concentration of Red Deer in England
Exmoor has the highest coastal cliffs in England - 800ft/244m
1000 different flowering plants and grasses
There are in excess of 1200 kms/750 miles of way marked "Rights Of Way"
Exmoor has 69,280 hectares/267 sq. miles of wonderful countryside
Exmoor has inspired writers the like of Coleridge, Shelley, Southey, Wordsworth, R.D. Blackmore, Ted Hughes, Henry Williamson, Margaret Drabble, James Herbert and Dick Francis
There is a wealth of local folklore, legends and seasoned tales including the Beast of Exmoor, a phantom cryptozoological cat that is reported to roam Exmoor
The longest stretch of naturally wooded coastline in the British Isles
The start of the South West Coast Path, Britain's longest national trail, which extends all along the Exmoor coast
The second highest tidal range in the world
England's tallest tree
Taken by my Grandmother on her UK holiday, Sep 1966 and her slides scanned by me 2009.
© Phyllis Marjorie Graham Collection