Torksey Castle is a wonderful old Tudor ruin. Dating from the 16th century it was the manor house of the Jermyn family. Little is now left except the grand facade, with it’s lofty towers, and aspect over the River Trent.
There are very few alternate angles that look quite as good, so it was a case of taking the ‘classic’ view and trying to do it better!
Luckily for me, the very heavy frost and low raking sunrise enhanced an already magical location.