Chockstone

In Fisher Ghyll (see yesterdays post for explanation)

Film and development details on My Ipernity

St. Johns in the Vale, Cumbria, July 2013

8 Responses to “Chockstone”

  1. Trygve Høgebøl

    I’m normally not to keen on long exposure waterfalls, but in this picture it is just right. Good solid composition and perfect exposure. In my eyes the small flaw is the apparent tilt of the horizon (seen on the top waterline) which could have been adjusted a small bit. But on the other hand, this could be just one of the elements that gives life to this picture. Well done.

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    • John Pickles

      Do you know I never even noticed that tilt! I might straighten it in P.S and see how it affects the image. Thanks for commenting.
      John

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