Taken in the light of a passing car, this is the second and lightest of a trio of shots looking over towards the moon, which was hidden behind a cloud bank.
The shot was taken in very low light which necessitated a long exposure. While the shot was taking, a car came up the hill from Glossop and the headlights swept the field and wall.
I used a longer exposure on this one, which is why it is less moody than number one,
I love the moodiness of this shot – it says Hounds and Baskervilles to me. I hope you like it too.
Taken with a Canon EOS-1100D with the 18-55mm EF-S Lens