The hill seen through the haze is Warton Crag, with Silverdale in the distance to the right (I think; the angle doesn't seem quite right). I don't have a photo, but I've often seen the reverse view from Leighton Moss in the the gap between the two hills and planned to visit Farleton Fell.
The bright, curved line in the valley between Warton and here is the Lancaster Canal, with Holme on the far bank.
The wider, darker grey line is the M6 motorway; tens, even hundreds of thousands of people have seen the reverse view of this hilltop from there!
Compared to earlier photos, the rock on the foreground looks very dark. That's simply because the camera compensated for looking towards the sun; the summit of Farleton Knott is actually as bright a pale grey limestone as in the previous image.
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