GOLCAR peeps out from the early morning mist at the start of another cold winter’s day.
This unusual photograph was captured by Gill Forrest from Scapegoat Hill using a powerful zoom lens on her Nikon D60 camera.
She said: “I was bought the camera as a birthday present two years ago by my husband, Joe, and wanted a powerful zoom as I love taking landscape photographs.
“The photograph of Golcar was taken at about 7.45am from Scapegoat Hill just after dawn had broken and Golcar was beginning to peep up through the clouds.’’
In the foreground is St John’s Church, scene of the military funeral of Lance Cpl Graham Shaw last week.
He died in a roadside bomb in Helmand on February 1, just hours after his 27th birthday and more than 1,000 people attended his funeral.
Gill, 43, and Joe both work for a Cleckheaton engineering company.
The couple have a 13-year-old daughter, Ashleigh.
They moved to Scapegoat Hill from Birkby just over two years ago.
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