Early morning at Ston Easton high up on the Mendip Hills in Somerset. The sun is yet to appear and the sky is nearly clear with only a few clouds.
Gradually some clouds form behind the church. At this time look dark and cold.
Then all of a sudden as the sun nears the horizon the clouds glow as if on fire.
The sun peeps through a small gap that lets in some light.
Around the other side the top half of the church is glowing in the warm morning light.
Now it’s time to head off to work.
After work I returned to Ston Easton to watch the Wolf Moon – the first full moon of the year.
This full moon is also a lunar eclipse. This should make the moon darker than normal – but it was hard to tell.
In the evening the other side of the church was now bathed in the moon light. A few stars visible in the sky.