This time the weather would be a little windy, which I took to be northerly so I was hoping to be shielded by the cliffs, also the moon would not raise until the shortly before dawn so I was expecting a truly dark evening.
This time I snagged a couple of quick noisey shots of the sight you see as you turn into the quarry.
The main difficulty with the shot was simply lighting it. Without a glimmer of moon-light to be had we had to run around with torches and flashing it with my flashgun. In retrospect there's some pretty heavy shadow cast but I'm quite happy with it, next time I'll be sure to regard my compass so as to align the north star a bit better.
The following few shots are a spot of the usual glow-stick tomfoolery.
Here's a brightly lit shot so you can get an idea of what it would look like in the day and have an idea of how big it is. You can see how it's filled with the occasional stone pillar that is presumably all that holds the weight of the cliffs up.
Placing some glow-sticks stationary behind the pillars to provide a sense of depth and then performing the occasional bit of light painting to entertain myself.