I have walked virtually every footpath in the Chalke Valley. It is hard not to be captivated by the vistas where ever you walk in the valley, but there is one spot that I keep on going back to time and time again – sometimes specifically to photograph it, other times just to admire the view. It is just off the oxdrove that runs along the northern ridge of the valley. About midway between Alvediston and Berwick, there is a path running south from the oxdrove: follow that for a hundred yards and the view opens up before you. From a photographer’s point of view it it is probably the best spot in the valley for capturing the sunrise. Anyway here are 4 photos taken from the same spot showing how different the view can be depending on the weather.