I was driving back to my B&B after taking images further up the River Brathay when I noticed the wonderful Autumnal colours to my right hand side. So I parked up and went walking. I spotted an outcrop of rocks that would allow me to look down the River with some fantastic rocks as foreground. I had found my view point!
I slipped and a slid down the greasy bank to the rocks...it was a particularly picturesque section of the River Brathay.
I set up with the polariser fitted to maximise the autumn colours. My main issue was trying to control the highlights in the river from the bright sky.
Camera: Nikon D3
Lens: Nikkor 16-35 f4 VR @ 20mm
Exposure: 5 seconds @ f16 @ ISO 200
Filters: Lee ND Filter & B&W Circular Polariser
River Brathay, Lake District, England