Every morning, before going to our sunrise location, we drove to Corfe Castle to check the situation for mist, but did not find any (although the week was sunny, it was quite windy). The forecast for the last morning looked the most promising, and we awoke with anticipation. However, it was not to be. We thought we’d climb the hill for sunrise near the castle anyway, and saw some mist in the distance. We ran down to the car, and began ‘mist-chasing’ – we finally found some on the frosty nature reserve near Arne (the mist presumably arising from Poole Harbour). The temperature had dropped to -5 by this point, and the still weather made it a peaceful place to take in the scenery.