Frank Edwards

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Several weeks before the lockdown we had hiked up the Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye, to capture the sunrise. It was a very cold Feb morning we had left the car park in the dark when we reached the old man. Having taken shots of the Old man I turned around and this shot was directly behind me. The second ahot was again the result of an early start to capture the sunrise at Sligachan, Old Bridge, Isle of Skye, again this image came as a result of looking behind me after I had taken the shot we had originally come for; I captured this image on my mobile. So the theme for this submission is, always look behind you!

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United Kingdom
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