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The moving branches of a lone tree on Buttermere Lake on a wet and stormy day in the English Lake District National Park.
The biggest technical problem with taking this photo was keeping the lens area of the camera clear of water during the 10 second exposure as rain and spray from the lake was travelling horizontally. Also, I needed to hold down my lightweight carbon fibre tripod as the wind was gusting strong enough to blow it over if it were left unattended.
The photo was taken using a B+W 6 stop neutral density filter on a Nikon 16-35vr lens
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