As well as the dinosaur there is a giant turtle or maybe a tortoise.
Okay, okay, a stretch of imagination perhaps, but there are many strange shapes created by the natural granite boulders on Helman Tor. It's fun to see where your imagination takes you.
The shapes and scenery have been viewed by man since Neolithic times - some 4000 years ago. A settlement was created here and homes erected from stones and rocks. Some of the later boundary walls can still be seen - they are there to be touched.
The prominence of the Tor in the landscape may have given the settlement a strategic position for ceremonial and economic functions - a place to meet, worship and trade.
Over the years the granite boulders and rocks have created such strange shapes and patterns on the landscape.
The weather can change quickly on the moors, as perhaps the photos illustrate - from bright blue to drab skies as the wind directions change.
The photo below shows the Helman Tor Logan Stone or Men Omborth in the Cornish language,
Logan stones are balance stones - they can sometimes be moved by hand despite their great weight. It is believed that Druids used these for their rites and rituals. Uneducated people would believe that the priests had magical powers as they moved such huge granite boulders without any effort.
When visiting the Tor I have rarely seen any other people. Though on one occasion I did see many wild ponies at the top - which was quite magical.