I shot Emley Moor Mast in the evening of the 9th of May just after 9pm. The sun had gone down a little while earlier, the daylight was fading and catching the west part of the structure, I used this to emphasise the shape of the mast. This was challenge number six, suggested by Simone Walker. It seemed to take an eternity for the sun to get low enough for the image I wanted as it was biting cold. The long grass by the black stone walls had gone very pale and contrasted with the wall even in the low light, both can be seen leading in from low left running across the image and then back up towards the bottom of the mast. A glow of light from Wakefield / Leeds direction can be seen, helping to make the horizon stand stand out a little more. Behind the wall runs a lane, so the shot had to be captured between the occasional passing vehicle winding down the hill, to avoid headlights shining in the foreground and across the scene.