To capture snow on a Cornish beach is a rare opportunity. So when the weather forecast predicted a freezing storm was going to be sweeping in, I made my way over to Marazion. Here I was confronted by some impressive 'arctic-like' conditions. The temperature was -4 but made far colder by the cutting blasts of icy wind that sliced at my exposed cheeks as I stood on the beach, waiting for a break in the blizzard and in the 10/10 cloud cover.
After a while, I spotted a distant shard of light sweeping in over Mounts Bay and a few minutes later, the clouds parted to let bright wintry light flood over St Michael's Mount.
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Location: Marazion, Cornwall
Photographer: Chris Simmons