A couple of friends came up for the day during last weekend, so i took them for a drive into the Peak District of Derbyshire, an area neither of them know.
The wonderfully changeable weather we have in this country meant we ended up with low cloud and snow (a week later it’s 9c and sunny)
Along the route i decided to take them down Winnats Pass, a short steep drop through the limestone to Castleton, a place well worth visiting. The pass itself had a wonderful dusting of snow that gave us a view that just had to be photographed.
This photo has great texture to it, and makes me think of those perfect pencil drawings some people can do.