The weather was not looking promising for the start of the Christmas break. The only hope was for thick fog on the top of the Mendip Hills. Trees provide a sense of depth in fog so I headed up to the highest wood on Mendip at the top of Beacon Hill.
The fog was more of a mist. It was not thick enough to create a truly magical or eerie atmosphere. However, this was the start of my holiday so I had to make the most of the weather we had. The beach leaves on young trees gave a splash of colour that contrast the grey fog behind.
Another photograph of woodland bar codes, this time using on mist not snow.