Descending in the dark, if planned, you know the route and have a decent head torch, can give you views you wouldn't get otherwise. These pics are from a day on the Old Man, where we went on to Swirl How and then to Wetherlam. We were staying at the Coppermines hostel, so didn't have that far to go, but the sun set as we were descending the ridge from Wetherlam. All three of us had walked this route several times before, and knew there were no nasty surprises or difficult route-finding. And these pics are from the Fairfield Horseshoe, descending Rydal Fell - again, a path we'd walked many times before, with no route finding needed. And the final one is a shot of the setting sun glowing on the Helvellyn range. So, has anyone else got some nice pics that you wouldn't have got if you'd been in the tea shop/pub as the sun set?