Paul Sampson News :: Two sides of Winter in the UK
2010 was one of the worst Winters for over 20 years in the UK. It made for treacherous travel conditions, but did offer some very beautiful photo opportunities.
The light that snow and clear blue sky creates is simply amazing and I had a wonderful time taking pictures just a short distance from my home (it was as far as I could travel in the circumstances).
The crystal clear air was a perfect opportunity to use an ultra wide angle fish-eye lens, which allowed me to capture the scene from horizon to horizon.
The images of the church spire and snow covered trees are looking towards Llandaff cathedral on the outskirts of Cardiff, Wales, UK. This is actually the view from my office desk, so if I ever find myself complaining about being at work, may the photographic gods give me a swift kick in the pants!
The snow has gone now and getting about is back to normal. I still have these images though, so photography was the winner in the end.
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