Conditions were good for a trip into the Peak District to capture the fresh snow formations up at Winnats Pass. On this February morning I had to negotiate a dry-stone wall and barbed wire with 2-3 feet deep snow to get close enough to capture this minimalist composition consisting of a dead tree and barn ruins.
By the time I arrived the wind started to pick up and the snow was blowing about creating some interesting textures in the foreground. The sun was also starting to rise so I had to position myself in such a way as to partially obscure the sun behind the tree with the aid of some moving cloud.
Taken without filters on a tripod and remote release
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