This was the stunning view towards Corfe Castle late this afternoon, the photo doesn't do it justice but the mist lying around the castle looked amazing. You can just about pick out the castle shape in the middle. It was -1 when we left there at 4.45pm, so fairly chilly.
Hartland Moor at sunset and the mist was running through like ribbons across the landscape. Lots of deer about, a Hen Harrier hunting for food too. We walked down to the hide at Middlebere and watched a Spoonbill come flying in looking like a Pterodactyl in a prehistoric scene. Herons and Egrets and a Peregrine Falcon too.
This wonderful bull was a big beast and was leaning over the fence as the farmer was busy getting some silage up on his trailer to supplement his food rations. Every time he exhaled this lovely warm breath showed in the cold air. I did get a very close picture as you can see in the first picture and nearly managed to pat his snout but he shyed away from me then!