Arriving in the dark, guided by our head torches, we are the first here and get the choicest spot. In a few short minutes a small crowd has gathered and sets up around us. The light begins to fade in and there is a sea of tripod legs, intertwined for the lack of space to fit everyone in. It's a cosy experience, but us photographers are a friendly bunch, so jokes and stories are exchanged while we wait for the light show to begin. And then it happens. The magic of dawn through this arch is as magnificent as I have ever seen. The primeval landscape is shown at it's best and 30 or so photographers frantically try to capture that magic for posterity. We fade away in two's and three's, reluctant to leave the place which thrilled us so much.