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    I decided to revisit Chesterton Mill, in fact I did it twice two evenings running.
    I was trying to create a specific shot but it never quite came together.
    Typicaly the image I've ended up processing is from the first evening.

    Steffan Harries, Dave Watkins UK, and 184 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Ger208k 45 months ago | reply

      A stunning image.

    2. Wondertubs 45 months ago | reply

      Looks immaculate to me. What a star you are.

    3. Josh Kemp-Smith 45 months ago | reply

      Wow, this really is stunning.


    4. JP Benante 45 months ago | reply

      A lot to like about this image. Those grassy details contrast so well with the racing clouds!!
      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    5. dieseldavey63 45 months ago | reply

      Awesome image simply awesome Gary

    6. Landlocked-123 44 months ago | reply

      Nice composition.

    7. www.clivejonesphotography.com 44 months ago | reply

      Another stunning image - the composition is spot on!

    8. SoniaMphotography 44 months ago | reply

      what a brilliant artist you are
      I love your b&w images

    9. Aspiriini 44 months ago | reply

      Great compo, perfect exposure and bw conv.

    10. Artigazo  43 months ago | reply

      Another great BW, very, very nice . I like the windmill and contrast of foreground with background.
      Congrats, have a nice week.

    11. William Gonzáles S. 43 months ago | reply

      Great work. Did you use some GND or ND filter?

    12. jactoll 43 months ago | reply

      Good old Chesterton,one of my favourite locations.You have captured a mono masterpeice.

    13. Holister07 [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot

    14. GreyStall [deleted] 39 months ago | reply


    15. Colskier1 25 months ago | reply

      Great comp. You have such interesting windmills, castles, etc. over there.

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