Ceiling riverlets


One thing I really appreciate about living outside London is the interesting wild or semi-wild walks you can easily access on your doorstep. This particular one runs along the Bedford Embankment, by the river Ooze.


2 thoughts on “Ceiling riverlets

  1. This is very good, quite confusing to the eye and full of motion. Great exposure too. It might also work rotated 180 degrees to add just a touch more confusion, and could make a great black and white conversion too. But none of that is necessary, as it works very well just like this.

    1. It was a snap decision to take it and I’m happy I did. I hear you about the b&w and I have done it on some of the other photos in the series this week but I think the slight touch of colour complements it well. I like the 180 idea and will give it a try and see what happens. 🙂

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