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Here I tried my best to capture one of four turbo charged engines, which at the time was covered with wind swept ice and snow, the bone chilling easterly winds added a new layer of snow in seconds, having to leave the location quickly in order to trace back our steps. Bleaklow is notorious for its acres of featureless moorland so when the low visibility sets in it's extremely difficult to know where you are.
I would like to know your thoughts on the image.
The historic remains of a plane which was known for being a long range strategic bomber crashed on the moors above the Derbyshire more than 60 years ago (November 3rd 1948), sadly all 13 members instantly died when the plane hit the ground at a high speed.
Taken with
@sonyalpha a7M2
@zeisscameralenses 24-70F4
Taken at
f11 | 1/125 | 24mm | ISO100

24mm · f/11.0 · 1/125s · ISO 100
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