Above are two views taken from the same place looking back down
through the gap in the trees. You can see that there is a huge difference
in exposure between the two shots. That's Benyellary you can see
in the right picture above which would also be there in the left
picture except that it has burnt out with the longer exposure needed
to get detail within the wood. The human eye does not have this
problem of course - you will be able to see in the wood and also
see Benyellary at the same time.
My camera tells me that there was 16 minutes between leaving the
forest track and getting the shot with Benyellary down through the
trees. The picture below shows what the path looked like one minute
into that time.
I have gone to all this bother showing you all this stuff on this
page because as I said earlier the main problem in getting up here
is finding a way through the trees.