THIS phenomenal photograph captures low mist over Meltham on an early summer’s morning.
It was taken by Examiner reader Shane Wilkinson at 6.30am from a hill overlooking Meltham and the Magdale valley with Castle Hill in the distance.
Shane used a Panasonic Lumix to take the image from Leygards Lane, just off Wessenden Head Road above Meltham – on the Peak District National Park boundary.
The 44-year-old has always lived in Meltham and works as a printer at Kirklees Council.
He said: “For some reason I woke up at 5.30am and noticed an orange glow.
“It was a glorious sunrise – possibly the best I’ve ever seen.
“So I grabbed my camera, went straight out to capture it and by going up the road I ended up with this view looking down on Meltham.’’
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