A landscape of white beneath the Wrekin
A sea of white floods the landscape in this early-morning shot taken from the summit of the Wrekin.
Brown Clee - the highest peak in Shropshire - can be seen on the horizon, with Titterstone Clee directly behind it.
In the foreground on the left is a rocky outcrop which is known as the Raven’s Bowl or Cuckoo’s Cup.
It takes its name from a small hollow that is said to hold water in even the hottest of summers.
I noticed a lone figure sitting on the rocks and was delighted when, after a 10-minute wait, he stood up and added a sense of scale to the picture.
What a view!
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