We all met very early Thursday morning (3:30 AM!) to photograph Castlerigg Stone Circle.(approx 5000 years old) This was a very special morning of photography, waiting for the sun to rise over the many large boulders that had been formed in to a circle many, many hundreds of years ago. The valley below was full of fog and mist, offering terrific shots. As the sun rose, it cast a golden light on the circular formation of boulders, it was a very special photographic morning. The day continued after a break for a walk to Aira Force and the waterfalls there. The evening was a lot of fun as we ate in a Queens Head pub at Troutbeck pub as a group and had a great meal to top off a terrific day.