I’ve been trying to track down exactly where some of my older photographs were taken. They’ve been cataloged in Lightroom, so I know when they were taken easy enough, and I know what the event or excursion was, what the general location. But the specifics are pretty bare. I’ve been using a combination of Google Maps and Ordinance Survey maps to try and come up with better captions. For this photograph, I had a pretty clear memory of much of the hike, and I knew the general area, so I started zooming in with Google Maps.
And this is what I found. Not just an idea of where this was, could be anywhere really, but an exact indication of, since these trees, and especially their shadows, are dramatically clear in the satellite view. Wow. (Click on the thumbnail for a better view).