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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.

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    1. Ger208k 46 months ago | reply

      A stunning image.

    2. Wondertubs 46 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.

      Kemp

    4. JP Benante 45 months ago | reply

      A lot to like about this image. Those grassy details contrast so well with the racing clouds!!
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    5. dieseldavey63 45 months ago | reply

      Awesome image simply awesome Gary

    6. Landlocked-123 45 months ago | reply

      Nice composition.

    7. www.clivejonesphotography.com 45 months ago | reply

      Another stunning image - the composition is spot on!

    8. SoniaMphotography 45 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  44 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. 44 months ago | reply

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

    12. jactoll 44 months ago | reply

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

    13. Holister07 [deleted] 42 months ago | reply

      Amazing shot

    14. GreyStall [deleted] 40 months ago | reply

      Awesome

    15. Colskier1 25 months ago | reply

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

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