Normally the clump of Beech trees on Win Green in Wiltshire are both distinctive and beautiful. They can be seen from miles around and it is possible – on a clear day – to see as far as the Isle of Wight from there.

However, when autumn ends the leaves are quickly blown away, they are very exposed as the trees are on the brow of the hill which is one of the highest points in Wiltshire.

Here, even in the beginning of the winter, the trees take on a much more sombre monochrome tone.

Taken with my Fuji X-T2 with the wide angle 12mm f/2.0 lens using the Fuji Acros profile with red filter. Just a little more contrast has been added in Lightroom.