Thanks Steve. This was a clear June morning and viewed from the foot of the falls, the sun was directly above them. I had to take extra care to keep the direct sunlight off the lens, but the results were worth the trouble.
The ridges can be interesting when plastered with snow and ice but this day i’d taken the easier way up from Thirlspot
Thanks again, a superb viewpoint for minimum effort as its only 10 minutes walk from the car park
Sorry for the delay on this one, thanks again Dave, it was a superb day with another night descent under moonlight after watching the sunset from the summit of Bow Fell
Another good one, Steve. The dramatic lighting really brings out the wintry colours.
Thanks again, Steve. The climber is my elder son, who enjoyed a bit of rock-climbing. The weather was perfect, calm, warm and clear enough to see Ben Nevis on the horizon. Days like that don't come very often in the Cuillins!
Thank you, Steve. This one was the day before the WaterAid Munro Challenge of 2005, and I sat on the top of Buchaille Etive Mor wondering whether some of my colleagues were driving up the A82 down below, as they were joining me for the event. We had an equally good day for it and a very successful walk over Stob Coire Sgreamhach and Bidean nam Bian. A weekend to remember!
I don't make a habit of walking the hills in the dark, but I once spent a beautiful, peaceful summer evening on the summit of Great End watching the evening light in Borrowdale and the sun setting behind the Wasdale fells. I walked along the ridge to Glaramara by moonlight, but the last bit down through the trees to Thorneythwaite was tricky without a torch.
Excellent photo and very well centered, the idea and the reflector in the water. greetings from Miami Fl