A slight lie in the title I'm afraid as I'll now explain...
Curbar Edge, a fantastic easy to reach location in the Peak District popular for photographers for obvious reasons.
Now I try not to use the cliche "One moment it was perfect weather and within seconds I was rushing for my camera trying to capture the amazing changing light" I find it a phrase quite overused and I quite like to think I'm ready there waiting for that change with the camera already set up.
However in this instance I had arrived at Curbar and it was pretty perfect clear blue skies, but just as I got to the top of the edge I could see dark menacing skies full of snow.
It quickly swept over me and as I was parked at the top of the hill in a Focus RS (Not good in snow!) I made a rush down the hill trying to capture what I could at the same time. If you look closely enough you can see those clear blue skies in the distance.
I named the picture so because it looks like hell was raining down on Curbar Village below.
|Camera:||Sony A700 |
|Lens:||DT 16-105mm F3.5-5.6 |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|
|Date Taken:||9 Feb 2010 - 3:52 PM|
|Lens Max Aperture:||f/3.5|
|Flash:||Auto, Did not fire|