Brent Knoll must be a familiar landmark to anyone who's driven through Somerset on the M5, but it isn't immediately obvious from down below that the summit is an Iron Age hillfort,
with multiple ramparts following the contours of the hill.
But the best bit are the views, today marred by a nasty yellow stain of smog. I've done a bit of googling and apparently it's quite a common occurence over the Channel during periods of calm weather, the consensus being that it drifts over from the works at Port Talbot.
Look, here's those floods again. (Evidence of recent, not such calm weather.) No hint of the misery of flooded homes from this distance; just the Summerlands remembering themselves.