A frosty morning in the Peak District, overlooking the Hope valley, with a cloud inversion blanketing the villages in a thick grey start to the day. Little do they know that a couple of miles out of town the warm sunlight is putting on a show and slowing defrosting the fields.
The cloud inversion often happens in this area as the (relatively) warm damp air is trapped beneath the heavier cool air above with an overnight frost. As the sun rises warming the air above, the clouds eventually disperse, but looking across it with a telephoto lens, the numerous horizons are compressed together allowing them all to be viewed together. Cold patterns of fields below, rising up above the clouds to the warm early morning skies.