As many of you know, the UK has been hit by alot of very severe snow storms, in which no one knows what to do... so the whole country comes to a stand still, exept the photographers of course. I shot this yesterday afternoon when the snow first started to fall in Cornwall. I made for the nearest spot which I knew of a few possible compositions.
I worked on this shot for about 15 minutes dodging in and out of the shelter to avoid the storm. Just as a cloud of snow passed I noticed the sun trying to break through, I took my chance and shot a couple of exposures before it dissapeared behind the next heavy leaded cloud.
Carn Brea, Cornwall, UK
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Nikon D70 | Tokina 12-24mm | focal length 18mm | ISO200 | f/18 | 1/10s | Manafrotto 055PROB tripod + 141RC tilt pan head
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