Kerrie Ann Gardner | Frost and Fire
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A bright sunrise over the Marshwood Vale.

Frost and Fire

Although there are many to chose from, the view from Lambert’s Castle, an Iron Age hill fort above the Marshwood Vale, is one of the best in Dorset. On a clear day, it stretches all the way past Bridport and down to Chesil Beach and Portland. Colmer’s Hill, an iconic landmark of the area, stands proud amid the rolling fields.

This photo was taken on a very cold and frosty November morning. Despite wrapping up, I was soon chilled to the bone. The intensity of the sunrise was spectacular though. I heard a few dog walkers behind me commenting on it and I felt extremely privileged to be one of the people who had witnessed it; even if I had lost all feeling in my fingers and toes.

 

Date

November 24, 2014

Category

Dorset