Aerial pictures would of course enable us to all see just what has happened. I could only take pictures from ground level on long zoom, and made a point of keeping well out of the field which had been flattened, and on the public road or the other landowners fields where I had been given permission to wander. I thought it would be perhaps a bit controversial to blatantly walk into the bulldozed field and start taking pictures, a field I have been in many times in the past. I didn't even climb on the gate to get a better view! Perhaps it was cowardly, but I didn't want any trouble with a rich landowner!
By the way, the hunt were the previous owners of the land, and have now moved away, so its nothing to do with them, as some seem to be thinking.