Snow on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset is a rare occurrance and it's always exciting to see it forecasted. The way snow completly transforms the look of a familiar landscape by accenting the contours of the land is incredible.
As exciting as it was photographing the iconic arch at Durdle Door in the snow, it was this view behind me, of the chalk cliff "Bats Head", that grabbed my attention. As the tide carved elegant curves into the snow it revealed the shingle beneath, so I quickly captured a few frames before the snow was washed away.
This image was the overall winning image in the prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year competition announched in October 2015.
Location: Lulworth, Dorset, UK