I didnt have to wait too long for the sun to light up Pil Tor here, though about an hour later mists rolled in and it was like another season had descended!
While looking for a suitable composition, and restricted due to this vantage point being on the top of the Tor itself, I was finding it hard to use the rocks here to gradually lead the eye in to the scene. I therefore opted to place these rocks slap bang in the middle instead. The result is a 'stubborn' composition that very much leaves Top Tor (on the left) and Haytor and Saddle Tor (on the right) playng second fiddle to Pil Tor itself as it screams for attention in the middle of the frame! I think it works, however, the light was just great and I like to challenge the eye occasionally, with this having quite a rare overall 'T' shape to it; adding a bit of visual tension. View on black.
Nikon D800E, 16*35mm (at 22mm) ISO 50, 1/4 sec at f/18. 0.9 ND Grad.