More Moor Moor

Posted on December 22, 2021


How do you like it? How do you like it?

Up on Exmoor just before the longest night or shortest day, depending on your perspective, but with an amazing weather phenomenom a spectacular cloud inversion. 

This occurs when a layer of low-level cloud or thick fog is trapped with clear sky above it, caused by a temperature inversion. In this case the Bristol channel with cold moist air is trapped by dry warm air at higher altitudes over Exmoor. This day was a day of all days. Beautifully sunny, calm and warmish, for the time of year, on the roof with beautiful misty/ foggy edges; a photographers dreamscape.

To start, the sun sets well behind Baggy Point, mid winter.

The mist swirling around the edges of the moor.



Merry Christmas everyone