Deep in the Dorset countryside, ruined Knowlton Church is situated within a Neolithic henge. I chose to make this image a few minutes after sunrise on a heavily frosted January morning. I like the way the low sunlight embraces the earthworks, emphasising their subtle contours. Frosted grass brings the scene to life. My image conveys a sense of the many layers and millennia of history at this sacred site, from prehistoric pagans to medieval Christians.
F/22, 1/6th second, ISO 100
Accepted: Welsh (2017), Olympic (Greece) (2017) - Zeus and Aphrodite, Landscape Photographer of the Year (2017) - Commended