It’s the beginning of February. The wind is biting, the cold creeps across the hills overnight, and when I wake there’s a light dusting of snow outside. I jump in the car and drive around, looking for inspiration and frozen delights to capture in a panorama. After driving up through Cragg Vale from Mytholmroyd I turn left at Blackstone Edge reservoir, and drive for a kilometre or so along Rochdale Road to the side of Black Castle Hill, before stopping abruptly in amazement. Icicles everywhere. They tumbled down the side of the hill and clung dramatically to the sheer rock faces, born from the continuous freeze and melt cycle of the previous week. I scouted various locations before coming back to this little cove, where one was surrounded on three sides by majestic sparkling blades of ice. They were melting as I shot this multiple exposure panorama, feeling lucky to have captured a fleeting glance of the brooding, raw beauty of the moor at its best.
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