I popped out at 7.30am this morning and didn't come back until 4.00pm. Granted a lot of the time was spent early on hiding in a bush at Ashton Court Estate trying to get some nice footage of the deer and other wildlife, I wasn't successful due to every man woman and child within a 50 mile radius of Bristol showing up with snowboards and numerous other far fetched snow toys. I remember the good old days as a child using the little plastic sled from Trago Mills. Nowadays everyone seems to need professional gear in order to enjoy themselves in the snow.
Anyway, disgruntled at my failings I decided to pop to the Clifton Suspension Bridge and shoot some humans in the cold white landscape.
I almost dropped the camera and nearly smashed the Iscorama on numerous occasions. The 1970's glass is now sitting amongst a load of silica gel pouches to ensure the melted ice droplets and the cold to warm temperature change doesn't lead to condensation and mould within the lens.
Bristol looks so good in the snow. It was recently voted the most desirable city in the UK, and I think this movie shows off some of its beauty.