Sheffield tallest building taking centre stage in the city lights and snow.
Leaving the train station the snow covered the usual grey of the pavements to make the shape of this iconic sculpture stand out like a portal to another world.
Traffic lights reflect and warp along the panels of Sheffield's iconic steelwork sculpture 'The Cutting Edge' as the snow draws a clean line at it's base.
Walking into the city took on a whole new feel. Something like a movie set as the usual rules of the street went out the window.
The beautiful colour of the timber arch at Sheffield's winter gardens stands out from the blanket of white and grey. Ice & snow is blasted across it's face.
Snow falls down all around the architecture of Sheffield's most famous car park. Something of a tribute to the Geometry club style created in Sheffield.
The panels of the teapot buildings in Sheffield reflect and curve the street lights.
These conditions seem to allow a little more freedom for street photography. Passers by almost expect people to be out capturing the drama of the snow and take less notice. This prominent route down to the station provides a great twist of perspective as the bodies of the commuters are warped in the reflection of The Cutting Edge while Sheffield's tower block looks on.
Quiet back streets, got quieter still.
At night when the lights of the city offset the deep blue of the sky and passing traffic lights reflection on Sheffield's steelwork surround. A natural moment from a film persona.
I had never spotted this sculpture of a peregrine falcon which sits outside Sheffield station. It's made entirely of IKEA allen keys and provides a great perspective back against the city skyline.