Frimley, Surrey, England by Craig Denford

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I awoke to freezing fog, and with the country in the grip of a full lockdown due to the Covid restrictions, there was only one place I was able to go. Tomlins Wood is a fifteen minute walk from home, and as restrictions dictated we shouldn't travel, it was the only viable option. It turned out to be something of a godsend. The mist was isolated to higher ground, so I made my way to the top of the hill, where a magical scene greeted me. All the trees were covered in hoar frost, and the silver birch in particular looked fantastic. The temperature didn't rise above freezing, and I lost myself in my surroundings for the best part of the morning photographing numerous compositions. I came away with a number of shots that I was happy with, but this one really stood out for me.

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