I returned to Bramhill Lake to further explore it photographically. This time the moon was in the west and throwing a wonderful cool, soft light over the landscape. Unlike my previous visit, I barely needed to use the torch I had brought with me. Whispy clouds were gathering, threatening to cover up the stars, but they didn't. To the north was an orange glow created by light pollution from Reading, approximately ten miles away, but looking more like the glow of a sunset. If you would like to purchase prints, they are available through this website...
Thames - Source To Sea Through the Seasons
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