I got snowed on when I was going to work this morning, so it’s probably time for a snowy scenic pee. This was taken last month on Ben Lawers by Loch Tay in the southern highlands. A really lovely day. Not such a good stream, though…
This week’s submission is from Pete Scullion, following on from my own urination on a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Jurassic Coast back in August.
I’ll let him explain-
“Here’s a solid shot of me urinating atop La Cuchita, some 1950m above sea level, on the island of Tenerife.
That gurt mountain in the background is Pico del Teide, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which must get me bonus points! :-)”
It may look like Izaak here, who submitted this lovely photo of himself with a good, strong, stream from Snowdon, is weeing into a lake. Fortunately, he’s not- the lake is not small, it is just far away.
Top tip if you want to keep scenic pees scenic- don’t wee into any lakes, streams, rivers etc. It’s bad wilderness urination etiquette.
Lecture over, keep urinating!
As the days grow shorter these stunning sunsets are becoming easier to wee in front of. This submission is from Andrew in Derbyshire of one of his riding buddies urinating onto some climbers on Froggatt Edge in the Peak District.
I’ve also had an e-mail from Tom Adams about our Throwback Tuesday post- apparently that photo is him on top of Glencoe Ski Centre. Thanks Tom!
This is Rick from Monmouthshire, braving that most tricky challenge- capturing a scenic pee with only 10 seconds from camera button press to run to your position, undo your shorts (or stop them falling down if you have done it in readiness), get the tools for the job out and then summon a stream. This is a valiant effort and a great way for the shy to get a scenic pee done.