In early December 2010, I drove up to Trinity Hill about 4 miles inland from Lyme Regis, in the hope of capturing the very unusual and intense frost we were experiencing. This location didn't disappoint and after half a day of finger-stinging cold my trusty Nikon flawlessly captured this stunning natural spectacle. The phrase 'no pain, no gain' couldn't have been more apt!
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