March 31, 2017
I had an idea about photographing a waterfall at night and found that Waterfall Swallet, near Eyam in Derbyshire was the closest "big proper" waterfall to me.
It was a bit tricky (as these things tend to be!) but I got a few shots that I'm happy with.
Here's a couple of the shots I got after running around in the cold and mud firing my flash and doing some light painting:
The sky was so beautiful, there were so many stars - not seen so many since Ben Nevis. I had to make a bit more use of that!
And a couple of bonus long exposure shots I took on the way home of the Longshaw Wooden Pole and Carl Wark at night - both of which I've not seen many, if any, of online:
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