As we move into autumn mists form across Somerset following clear nights. At this time of year it can be 20 degrees during the day but just 2 degrees at dawn. As the temperature of the land drops the water in the warmer air condenses in layers across the flat countryside of the levels.
To the north of Glastonbury the TV mast above the small city of Wells sits on one of the highest points of the Mendip Hills. Below the streets of the city a covered in a white blanket of mist.
The colours warm as we turn towards the sun. Hills such as Pilton rise up above the mist.
Pennard Hill is silhouetted by the sun and long shadows run across the top of the mist.
Every tree creates their own shadow that stretches out across the gently sloping fields and hedges.
Lone trees stand out through the mist.