Probably the best known feature on the Isle of Skye, the pinnacles used to be part of the cliff that stands behind them but over time they have split away and slid down the hill. It is quite a blimp to get to the point where this photograph was taken, particularly with this much snow on the ground, but without a doubt this was the best day of my whole trip, myself and a few friends spent over 5 hours up there, making it to both sides of the standing stones. Absolutely breathtaking place. this was shot on a medium format film camera using my favourite black and white film, Fuji Acros.
Image size: 9968 x 7328, 39.67Mb | Camera details: | Date uploaded: 11/02/2019