SNOW STORM IN THREE ACTS


SNOW STORM IN THREE ACTS | 1h12'12"

 

Taken on a Flip camera left unattended on the slopes of Lingmoor Fell, looking up the Greenburn valley in the English Lakes. The scene is dominated by Weatherlam with Swirl How in the distance - standing 1 meter higher than it’s more famous neighbour to the south, The Old Man of Coniston.

The weather develops naturally, affecting our view of the landscape dramatically during the course of the hour-long film. 

The film was made on New Year's Day 2010 in the early afternoon.