These pictures of Waldegrave Pool, on the Mendip Hills, were taken during the early morning when the air was so calm the water was completely still. The only ripples caused by the occasional coot collecting nest material.
It was a very cold morning at -3.5°C (minus three and a half degrees Celius). Its the end of April it should be nearly twenty degrees warmer than this. We have had very strange weather recently!
Reflections so perfect its hard to tell which way is up.
This scots pine tree is a local landmark and is beautifully reflected on it small hill. The ground is white with frost and the sky has the last bright colours of a very red dawn.
North Hill reflected in the pool. This time the image has not been turned up-side-down.
The pair of Coots collecting their nesting material while the mist lingers over the water.