A crisp December sunrise in Kenilworth, looking out over The Great Mere – or at least where it once was. The Great Mere was a large lake created by building dams in local streams to add to the defences of Kenilworth Castle and subsequently tested in the Siege of Kenilworth in 1266.
Whilst here to shoot the sunrise on the castle itself, this scene was to my left. I spotted the mist lingering in the air above the meadow with the soft pastel sky colour complimented by the pale grasses covered in frost. I took a single picture before returning to my scene of the castle itself. So glad I took the time to look around me!