The Old Man of Storr is the tallest of three bizarre rock pinnacles formed by the Trotternish landslip on the Isle of Skye. The mountainside faces east and to get the best light, the ascent must be started in darkness. This classic view is looking down from a rocky knoll to the north as the rising sun bathes the pinnacles in golden light. A small group of photographers at the bottom left of my image shows the scale and grandeur of the scene.
F/14, 0.4 seconds, ISO 100
Accepted: Cheltenham (2017)