I started this ongoing project in January, so not all the pictures taken are here, will post others in another post. There are thousands of images of this craggy outcrop of millstone grit rocks situated above Lower Wharfedale, a very prominent feature that can be seen from miles around, however, not that many through a Pinhole camera with more emphasis placed on the shapes and light on the rocks, so this was my challenge. The weather in winter can be quite brutal, cold and often windy, and the walk to it is often like a bog, but the low winter light can be beautiful, most of the images are shot into the light often with the Sun in the frame making sure it was shrouded a little by clouds or peeking from behind the rocks. I choose to use my Zeroimage45 Pinhole camera so I could get more in the frame than my 6x6 pinhole camera. All the pictures apart from one were shot on Ilford FP4 and developed in Pyrocat HD.