Amazing Early Morning Walks
It's forcasted sunny all day today, so I decided to catch the sun rise from Bratton, Wiltshire. I got there at 05:45 and the early morning mist blanketed the valley while the sun just sat on the highest point of the hill - it was a beautiful site. The photos I have taken doesn't justify the actual experience of witnessing the beauty of it. I can't help but feel grateful to be there at that moment. It was very quiet too presumably most people were still be in bed at that time. I stayed there for awhile basking in the early sun rising and getting some dose of vitamin D. It was lovely and peaceful.....
As I walked uphill, I met a few cows munching their breakfast. They certainly have a good exercise grazing uphills. When I got to the top, the rolling hills were covered in rapeseed. The view was fantastic! I can see the surrounding villages and towns clearly. It was just amazing!! I recommend you do this walk if you can.
I was curious where it will take me if I follow the footpath, so I continued walking. There were trees along the path and the rapeseed has not got its usual pungent smell yet. It was downhill and uphill walk. I can see from a distance a wide metal gate with a sign post and what it looks like a road. When I got to the gate, the sign post says 'Imber Shooting Range' in both directions. That's when I decided to turn around as I don't want to be shoot down by the army accidentally. :-)