The huge granite slabs of the Cheesewring Tor on Bodmin Moor near Minions in Cornwall is a natural geological formation created by weathering and erosion over many thousands of years. The lone figure atop one of the stacks adds scale to the scene and as if by magic appeared at the same time as a brief burst of sunlight. Cheesewring refers to a type of press that was once used to make cheese (and cider). (FujiFilm X-T1, Fujinon XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS)

The huge granite slabs of the Cheesewring Tor on Bodmin Moor near Minions in Cornwall is a natural geological formation created by weathering and erosion over many thousands of years.

The lone figure atop one of the stacks adds scale to the scene and as if by magic appeared at the same time as a brief burst of sunlight.

Cheesewring refers to a type of press that was once used to make cheese (and cider).

(FujiFilm X-T1, Fujinon XF18-55mm F2.8-4 R LM OIS)