The last time we went up there was in December, after a few days of snow - and it couldn't have looked more different.
We arrived late in the afternoon so that we would have warm light and shadows to play with.
The quartzite rock makes a good contrast to the heather surrounding it, and we were lucky that the atmosphere was clear and provided a good view of the Long Mynd.
There was a lot of waiting around for the sun to come out from behind the clouds, but that's a part of landscape photography you learn to put up with!
Equipment used: Nikon D800, 14mm, 24-70mm, Fuji X-T1, 18mm, 55-200mm