Two of my photos have been shortlisted for the Trail Magazine's UK Mountain Photo of The Year 2014. Below is one taken with a RX1, probably my favourite camera/lens of all time. It's small size and compact nature means it goes everywhere with me in a small Kata neoprene pouch which hangs round my neck or can be clipped to my rucksack, climbing harness etc. It is well made and e extremely robust and has survived a lot of abuse including knocks and drops, rain and snow which are well outside it's specifications. A built in viewfinder would be nice especially in bright sunlight and improved battery life would be good but otherwise it is the perfect camera for me. The photo was taken at the end of day one of a two day traverse of the Cuillin Ridge and hopefully portrays some of beauty of a late evening high in the mountains combined with the pressure of finding a level place to sleep as night rapidly approaches. If you are interested in the competition see the link below to view the finalists; http://www.livefortheoutdoors.com/L...ain-Photo-of-the-Year-2015-choose-the-winner/ Seems like there are some great entries.