Another great year in Somerset. Not much snow but a host of beautiful colours, mists and sunsets marking the seasons.
The year started with the starlings roosting in the far western end of Shapwick and Westhay Heaths.
Saw flooding across the Somerset Levels.
No snow this winter but a deep frost at Priddy Mineries created a winter wonderland in miniature.
Spring solstice at Bratton Seymour in South Somerset.
Cowslips had a bumper year such as here in the middle of a busy roundabout at Shepton Mallet.
Perfect reflections in Waldegrave Pool high on the Mendip Hills.
Spring mists and flowers across the Somerset Levels.
The fields around Castle Cary are full of poppies.
It was a great year for the marbled-white butterfly.
The autumn solstice at West Pennard.
Autumn approaches at Lynchcombe.
Beacon Hill Woods are magical in the mist.
The mist season such as here at Greens Combe near Bruton.
The autumn colours were the best for years.
Back to Ham Wall for the sunsets and starlings.
A sky full of starlings leaving the roost for a day in the countryside across Somerset.