As you can see, the Dodder is really quite a small river. It is only about 18 miles long rising in the Dublin mountains and flowing down to the city. But it is very inclined to flood if there is any rain, as there was as I typed this.
I want to try out a variation on the long-exposure experiment. I have acquired a step-up ring for my ND filter to enable me to use it with my 100mm lens which should put a totally different perspective on things!
UPDATE - I made a complete mess of the morning's shoot with only a couple of useable shots to show for it. Conditions were lousy and I forgot to bring the remote control device, forgot that a lens three times larger than my wideangle would need all the dof I could give it, and forgot that it would not be anything like so forgiving as the wideangle...
This one is a 6-second exposure at f22 and ISO 50.