© Gerard Tohill 2016

A crannog is a man-made lake house, usually iron age. The one in Llangorse lake is as good a reconstruction as any.

Another early start, but the result was almost exactly as I had envisaged – I got great light, a still lake, mist on the lake, and I knew the sun would light up the Brecon Beacons behind the crannog – I love it when a plan comes together!

This one definitely deserves a frame.

For a higher quality version – see my Flickr page.

Photography stuff: 18-70mm lens at 70mm, 1/30 sec at f/10, tripod, 2 stop soft graduated ND filter to hold back the sky.