When I got up this morning my plan was to take photographs of the cowslips that surround the roundabout at Canard’s Grave in Shepton Mallet. However, on the way I was lead astray but the sight of mist covering the Somerset Levels around the Ditcheat.
From the 143m high top of Ditcheat hill all you could see was a blanket of mist covering the landscape. The moon shone pure white in a strip of light blue sky.
As the sun started to rise the mist gradually turned soft pink. It crept up the hill towards the fenced gallop and the Ditcheat Folly.
The brick folly sits in the middle of a field at the top of Ditcheat Hill.
The view without the mist.