Summer evening light casting shadows on the voluptous folds of a pasture field just below Pilsdon Pen . I was lucky to find the field partly cut for hay, with a single bale providing the perfect punctuation for my image.
A view from the top of Pilsdon Pen in the Marshwood Vale. This is one of one of my favourite fields, which has a voluptuous double fold that looks quite extraordinary in low light. On this particular evening, I caught the silage harvest in progress, and one bale rolled down to the bottom of the mown strip provided what I thought was the perfect punctuation to this composition.
This field features in many ‘grand view’ images taken of the view south from the summit, but here I chose a telephoto lens for a more intimate composition