Cressbrook Mill

I’ve just spent several days in the Peak District with “friends” from our photography club ( Harlow Seniors Photography Group ) so you may see some more of my images from the trip over the coming days.

This is a thirteen second exposure of the weir at Cressbrook Mill in the Peak District, taken on the Olympus EM-1 with a Big Stopper filter.

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2 thoughts on “Cressbrook Mill

    • Thanks, Lisa.
      Yes – that long-exposure really does add something extra to the scene. But it has to be said, that some people feel that it only hides the real nature of the flowing water – not sure that I agree, and in any case if it works in an image ( as I think it does with this image ) that’s good enough for me!
      John 🙂

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