The old Iron Age hill fort of Lambert’s Castle is a remarkable viewpoint. Below it, stretching all the way out before you is the Marshwood Vale, with the famous Colmer’s Hill near Symondsbury and Bridport standing proud amid the fields. On a clear day, Chesil Beach and Portland can also be seen.
The late November morning I took this photograph on was very frosty. The frost was so thick in places that it looked like snow on the landscape below me. As the sun rose up from the horizon the contrast between the cold, dark landscape and the bright, warm sky created a striking scene.