The predicted snow actually arrived, so despite having a mountain of work to do in the office, I headed out to grab a few snow scenes even though the weather was still bleak, snowy and with grey skies. Occasional patches of sunshine broke through but I never managed anything in the weak winter sunlight. Instead, I settled for this Christmas card scene of Wragby church at Nostell under a blanket of snow. I used my latest toy, a 24mm f/2.8 PC-E lens (tilt and shift lens) to correct all the verticals. This is a specialist lens and not for the feint-hearted as it is very manual in it’s operation. This is a manual exposure, tone-mapped and adjusted with luminosity masks in the post processing.