The iron age hill fort of Old Sarum is situated on the outskirts of the town of Salisbury, Wiltshire above the campsite where we chose to spend the new year's eve of 2016 heading into 2017. Temperatures were not going to head below zero and the weather was going to be dry (if dull) so we decided to do something a little different for the new year - these were the final photos I took in 2016.
View across the fields just below the Old Sarum hill fort outside Salisbury where the "Parliament Tree" once stood, the location where just a handful of electors would elect two MPs in one of England's most notorious 'rotten boroughs'.
Signpost to Stonehenge besides the River Avon at Stratford Bridge
Flock of sheep in the landscape of the Wiltshire countryside
Little Durnford Manor house, near Salisbury
The Avenue at Little Durnford - monochrome
The Keeper's Cottage at Little Durnford, landscape near Salisbury
A flock of sheep grazing in a field under the earth mounds of Old Sarum, Salisbury
Old Sarum hill fort silhouette
The ruins of the old cathedral within the grounds of Old Sarum, Salisbury stand in winter amidst red fallen leaves
The western entrance to the hill fort at Old Sarum.
Fallen tree trunk on red leaves on the earthworks of Old Sarum
She looked back. Walking on Old Sarum walls with Salisbury in the distance.
Iron age earthworks surrounding the fort of Old Sarum, Salisbury