Beau­ti­ful win­ter won­ders

Macclesfield Express - - YOUR VIEWS - RHI­AN­NON MCDOWALL

KEEN pho­tog­ra­phers were out in force at the week­end when the first snow of the sea­son fell over the bor­ough.

Snap­pers also cap­tured some amaz­ing colours, with the weather condi- tions per­fect to cre­ate some beau­ti­ful sun­rises and sun­sets.

Mac­cles­field Ex­press pho­tog­ra­pher Matt Rat­cliffe took some stun­ning pic­tures of the snow at Mac­cles­field For­est, as well as Meg Robin­son and Chris Heapy, who also cap­tured some early snowy scenes.

Carol Cap­per trudged through some thick snow at Mac­cles­field For­est to get some fan­tas­tic pic­tures of the snow at Shut­lingsloe.

Max Homer whipped his cam­era out to cap­ture the vivid reds, pinks and or­anges of a sun­set from his daugh­ter’s house.

He said: “Macc seems to catch the right weather con­di­tions for sun­rise and sun­sets.

“My daugh­ter lives at the top end of Bank Street and the sun set­ting over the town viewed from there is of­ten spec­tac­u­lar.”

Mark Beres­ford and Russ Machin were both up early enough to take some fan­tas­tic pho­tos of the sun­rise and frost on Mon­day morn­ing, Novem­ber 23. ●● OUR reg­u­lar nostal­gia fea­ture re­turns next week

●● Carol Cap­per’s pic­ture in Shut­lingsloe


Snow on the hills in Sut­ton, by Chris Heapy (above) and cat­tle in the Peak Dis­trict Na­tional Park by Matt Rat­cliffe (right)

●● Russ Machin cap­tured the frost in West Park

●● This sun­rise was taken by Mark Beres­ford

●● Mac­cles­field For­est by Matt Rat­cliffe

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