A long exposure photo of Fiddlers Ferry coal fired power station on the River Mersey showing the immense clouds of water vapour coming out of the cooling towers in the cold winter weather.
The light was really dreadful for photography but I'm pleased nonetheless at how the photo turned out.
Technical info for those who are interested:
90 second tripod exposure
10 stop B+W neutral density filter
Nikon 16-85vr lens at 16mm on a Nikon D40
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24 mm (35mm equiv.)