After many days of heavy rain we were forecast a day of sunshine and showers with light winds so it seemed like a good day to go down to the Lakes to investigate Combe Gill when the stream has plenty of water. I investigated the entire length of the Gill photographing the many waterfalls before going to find the watermill in its wooded hollow. Then it was a matter of clambering around trying to get into a position that excludes the sky and most of the overhanging branches and then it is only a matter of waiting until a touch of sunshine lights the scene but doesn't introduce too many annoying bright patches on the water.
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