Over Beck, which begins life forming from Yewbarrow’s eastern flank, gently cascades down the valley and into the deep gloom of Wastwater, England’s deepest lake. Across the water rises The Screes, red with winter bracken, culminating in two fells: Illgill Head (609m/1,998ft) and Whin Rigg (535m/1,755ft). Bracken and gorse bush break up the dark shore. https://goo.gl/zkVNbX
Over Beck, Wastwater, Wasdale, Lake District, Cumbria, England.
ISO100, ƒ/13, 6secs at 14mm (21mm full-frame equiv.) using a slim polariser, a hard 2-stop ND grad, and a 3-stop full-ND filter stacked on my Sigma dp0 Quattro. This is a single exposure, processed in Sigma’s Photo Pro, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.