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At dawn, air cooled by land surface temperatures, expands and condenses as cloud, then sinks off the mountains into valleys at lower elevations. These ‘sea of cloud’ formations are spectacular to experience for hillwalkers throughout Britain’s mountain and upland landscapes, seen here are distant views of Snowdon or Yr Wyddfa 1,085m.

Photograph by Greg Knowles

About Greg Knowles

Living near the Peak District Greg Knowles is inspired by landscape photography. His passion drives and motivates him into harsh mountain environments, to scale and sleep on mountain summits with heavy equipment in inclement weather on the promise of a chance of some ‘good light’.

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