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Lost. And Found.

My thank you to a mystery photographer.

It might have been 8 am on a cold December morning in the Lake District, but I was not alone. Over two dozen other photographers were capturing daybreak over Castlerigg Stone Circle.

I spent thirty minutes snapping a red sky radiating from the east. But when I came to leave I couldn’t find my lens cap. I spent ten minutes retracing my steps…




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Simon Whaley

Simon Whaley

Bestselling author, writer and photographer. UK travel writer. Lives in the glorious Welsh Borders.

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