Friday Image No.173

Derwentwater, Keswick, Lake District.
Derwentwater, Keswick, Lake District. Fuji X-T2, 10-24 lens at 10mm. ISO200, 2.1 seconds at f/14.0. Tripod mounted, Kase 0.6 ND Grad filter and Kase 3 stop ND filter.

How the weather has changed this week.

Thursday, just over a week ago, we were snowed in. Friday saw most of the country grind to a halt with snow, and Saturday, only mad people ventured out. That’s when I seized my opportunity and headed up the Lake District to meet my friend Steve. It was freezing cold but a great day’s photography and is where I took the image for this post.

Today, the temperatures are threatening to head into double figures. I went outside, and it felt that Spring was in the air. I do hope so as some warm weather would make photography much more enjoyable.

I hope you like the image and have a great weekend.

6 thoughts on “Friday Image No.173

  1. Robin,

    Very beautiful indeed. From prior comments and your replies, I surmise that the 3 stop ND was used to enable the longer exposure and smooth out the ripples in the lake and thereby capture the reflection. Is this correct? If not, why the combination of the graduated ND and the ND filters?


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