The huge 99.1% waning gibbous moon rises over Horton Tower (or Sturt’s folly) near Chalbury in Dorset. The five storey gothic red brick tower was built in 1750 by Dorset MP, architect and Lord of Horton Manor, Humphrey Sturt allegedly so that he could observe the local hunt after he became unfit to ride himself. One of the most subtle mobile phone masts you will see anywhere, Vodafone paid for the roof to be restored in return for housing their aerials. (FujiFilm X-T1, Fujinon XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS)

The huge 99.1% waning gibbous moon rises over Horton Tower (or Sturt’s folly) near Chalbury in Dorset.

The five storey gothic red brick tower was built in 1750 by Dorset MP, architect and Lord of Horton Manor, Humphrey Sturt allegedly so that he could observe the local hunt after he became unfit to ride himself. One of the most subtle mobile phone masts you will see anywhere, Vodafone paid for the roof to be restored in return for housing their aerials.

(FujiFilm X-T1, Fujinon XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS)