Anyone like a bit of creative photography. exploring the hills and mountains, or even doing both.
Well this chap, David Quentin, does both. Views from the tops of mountains can be breathtaking, but for a little bit of interest make sure you have a bit of "fast film" in your camera and toss a stone up in the air against the expansive background, and you get some "different" images produced.
Well here's his effort at the top of the 75th highest Mountain in Great Britain
. The 76th highest Mountain in Great Britain is Snowdon in Wales, the top 75 are in Scotland. So this is from Beinn a' Chlachair (1,087 m) in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland. It lies north of Loch Laggan, near the remote hamlet of Kinloch Laggan .
More interesting Stone poses from David Quentin featured here.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland- ... s-41001237