A rugged view from the edge of Wavering Down looking west towards Crook Peak on the Mendips one January afternoon. The description on the back of the card reads:
"On the western edge of the Mendip hills stands the distinctive point named Crook Peak. It seems beautifully out of place amidst the smooth Somerset Levels, as if a chunk of a much more rugged landscape has been tacked on."
This card measures 160mm square and comes with an envelope. It is blank inside.