Kerrie Ann Gardner | Marshwood
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The Marshwood Vale in Autumn.


The Marshwood Vale is a beautiful stretch of landscape in West Dorset. But in autumn, after a frosty start when there’s a slight mist in the air, it is utterly stunning.

I still feel very lucky to have seen this view back in November 2014. I was stood up on Lambert’s Castle, having lost all feeling in my hands and feet in the chilly morning air. As the thick frost began to melt it created a thin mist over the fields which was highlighted by the golden sunlight. The autumnal trees looked copper and bronze against the bright fields and the sky was truly resplendent.

It was a breathtaking scene.


November 24, 2014