Back in 2004 I lead a Hiking Club expedition up Crinkle Crags in the Lake district. Here are some of the photos from that day. The picture above shows the Crinkle Crags in profile against the sky.
When we got to the top of the neck between Bowfell and Crinkle Crags we were rewarded by a great view west towards Scafell (on the left) and (Scafell Pike on the right). This is the only time I have ever seen Scafell cloudless despite climbing up most of the hills around here.
On our descent bands of sunlight would slide across the landscape, looking almost like it was being scanned by some alien spacecraft. The Langdale Pikes (above) caught the light wonderfully as the afternoon wore on.
All in all it was one of the really pleasant days, where the walk wasn't too strenuous and the weather offered good views. Its days like this one that make you want to return.