This outcrop near Gardom's Edge is quite dramatic when the late afternoon sun catches it. Time things just right and the polarised light is perfect for defining cloud detail. Although the tree on the far right is slightly separated from the outcrop, I felt the inclusion of it adds a little tension to the image, almost as if it is wanting to climb aboard to join it's neighbours! The 14mm focal length exagerrates perspective and makes it possible to pull in the whole scene from quite close up. I really like the Nikkor 14-24 f2.8, it is a powerful lens for landscape and architecture.