I headed up to Stanage late afternoon and as usual for up there it was blowing a gale so had to be really careful that my tripod (and myself!!) didn't get blown over, the light though was lovely and with the strong wind the clouds were moving quickly across the sky so an ideal time to try the 10 stop ND to emphasise this movement and also use the 4 stop reverse grad to balance the bright sky to the rocky foreground.
This is my favourite puddle on Stanage complete with a floating slab of ice captured as the sun slipped slowly away for the day.
The filters have done a brilliant job in controlling the exposure, the colours are just how they were straight from the camera which is very impressive.
Photographer: Stephen Elliott