Awoke on Sunday morning in April, to be greet by a heavy dusting of snow across the landscape. The added bonus of the bright spring sun, made for a great early morning spot of photography. The freezing weather didn’t prolong the photography, and I soon retired back home.
Lower Laithe Reservoir was my first port of call, looking across the valley and the snow covered hills. Climbing high out of Bronte Country, to the top of the hill at Scar Top, with a look back down the valley. Coming back from Scar Top, with a shot down the hill towards Oxenhope from Penistone Hill, and the perfect reflection of Leeming Reservoir. The final stop of the day was looking from Long Causeway down the valley into Leeming & Oxenhope, a favourable view for many on the commute home.